Depends on your style of audio editing, but there's a few free programs you could give a try.
Audacity is a rather well known free audio editor, great for cleaning up your recordings and lots of other things rs
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is nice if you want to compose some MIDI music and you're familiar with
traditional music notation and how to get the best out of it.
Studio can also be used to compose MIDI's and has an alternate
"piano roll" interface if you're not so keen on
traditional notation. It also can work with samples and other audio
files, but you need to pay for upgrades to really do anything with them.
The free version is still useful Runescape accounts for sale however.
Or if you're familiar
with the old Tracker style of composing, you might want to check out
OpenMPT, and search around for some free instruments to download for it.
Renoise has a free version as well buy rs accounts.
Of course there are plenty
of other free programs, and if you're prepared to spend some cash
there's myriad other options. Two that have been mentioned on this
thread already are Fruity Loop Studio and Sibelius, never used them
myself but they have plenty of supporters runescape money.
Many of these programs have some great Youtube tutorials to get you started too.
this helps! And remember, only download anything from a source you can
trust, never blindly trust advice on this forum that something is safe
to download, even from me