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Thread: good audio editer?

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    im looking for the best audio editer. something that will allow me to cut out frequencies that i dont want, produce test signals, cut stuff out of songs. change the overall volume of songs ect...

    any sugestions are much apprecaited.

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    I use Soundforge for that kind of stuff.

    You could also try Cool Edit.

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    I recommend Adobe Audition (formly known as Cool Edit)

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    orcutt989's Avatar Blargh
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    Cubase SX. I use version 2, havent been able to get 3 to work yet..

    Cubase SX3 takes music production to a new level by adding more than 70 new features including powerful Audio Warp Realtime Timestretching, an intuitive Play Order Track, convenient Inplace Editing and many new editing functions.

    For the first time, a native music production system combines full-featured audio and MIDI recording and editing, virtual instruments and powerful audio mixing with the added flexibility of loop- and pattern-based arranging and mixing. Cubase SX3 supports Windows XP and Mac OSX and works with a multitude of audio interfaces. Add to that the seamless integration of external audio and MIDI hardware, and Cubase SX3 redefines music production technology.

    Top-10 new features of Cubase SX3

    <LI>Audio Warp: Realtime Time Stretching and Pitch Shifting offer extensive new audio editing and processing capabilities, including ACID® File support: loops automatically adopt a project’s tempo; audio files can follow tempo changes in realtime.

    <LI>Intuitive Play Order Track for pattern-based arranging adds a new level of creative music editing. Divide your song into sections, and then re-arrange it on the fly. Compare alternative versions of your song and then convert them back into a linear form for mixdown and mastering.

    <LI>New Inplace Editor supports ultra-fast direct MIDI event editing from within the project page. Edit MIDI events in context with audio or video.

    <LI>New MIDI Device Maps / Panels support direct access to external MIDI hardware with user-definable graphic editing panels. Import VST Mixer Maps or create your own editing panels, even for the Track Inspector or the mixer’s channel strip.

    <LI>User-definable Workspaces (window layouts) help organizing your desktop. Create and save a separate workspace for each step of the production process. Switch Workspaces on the fly, as if working on multiple computers or monitors.

    <LI>Studio Connections “Total Recall” support (optional integration of Yamaha’s Studio Manager 2). The first step into a new dimension of software/hardware integration. This modular editing system builds a powerful bridge between the virtual and physical studio. Opening a project can recall an entire studio setup within seconds.

    <LI>External FX Plugins allow for direct integration of external hardware effects processors into the VST audio mixer. Use your favorite outboard gear just like plugins – including automatic delay compensation.

    <LI>Extended Freeze function for virtual instruments and audio tracks with added flexibility and improved performance. Freeze virtual instruments with or without insert effects. Then automatically unload the instrument to free up RAM. Freeze audio tracks with insert effects to free up even more CPU performance.

    <LI>New part-based Volume Envelopes for direct control of dynamics. Fix level problems on the fly without wasting automation tracks. Then move events with their volume envelopes.

    User-definable Color Coding for tracks and VST mixer channels provides more clarity and better orientation – especially in complex projects.
    Last edited by orcutt989; 07-18-2005 at 04:04 PM.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    thx orcutt989 im checking that 1 out right now. and thx to every1 else alkso. if i dont like cubase ill be trying those ones out also.

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    orcutt989's Avatar Blargh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylerrought
    thx orcutt989 im checking that 1 out right now. and thx to every1 else alkso. if i dont like cubase ill be trying those ones out also.
    The thing about these programs is the you have to F** with them. When I started out with Cubase, I hated it, but I started using it more and more. And eventually you know what you are doing, and you will like it.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    simple mistake.....
    Last edited by Tylerrought; 07-21-2005 at 03:54 AM. Reason: mistake

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Quote Originally Posted by Tylerrought
    cubase sucks.. u need to buy the program to use it.. u cant just download it unless u own that usb thingy...
    You don't need the usb thing. Cubase is just as crackable as anything else.

    I like cubase as well. I'd have mentioned it earlier but thought it might have been a bit over-complicated. It's well worth learning to use tho.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    my mistake then, it wouldnt let me use it. i thought i cracked it correctly. ill have to give it another try sometime.

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Afronaut's Avatar Xenu
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    I've been using SX3 sometime now, works just fine.
    The keyword is H2O.

    (nope, not the dvd-iso version)

    Also, Steinberg Wavelab is hawt for editing audio files, wav's, mp3's, aif's etc...
    SX3 is more of recording/sequencer and bigger thing to use.


    Waves Diamonds Bundle (effects) is teh hawt. Works with SX and Wavelab...


    The net is full of stuff, one just have to learn to search.
    As usual, release-group names helps to get some quality results with searches,
    imo, couple of examples:


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