Best Audio Editing Program?

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by DJPINOY78, Dec 19, 2003.

  1. fidelio

    fidelio New Member

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    the best two: Sound Forge (straightforward but could be use in an extensive, professional way as well) and CoolEdit Pro/Adobe Audition
  2. ooz

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    soundforge alongside with wavelab and abletone :::))) and cos lotsa samples...... dude, use KAAZA for a couple hours!
  3. Igorts

    Igorts New Member

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    I use Cool Edit 2000 and CUBASE...... I think CoolEdit is simplest to use but not so powerful as CUBASE........

    BTW, to start I think it's better CoolEdit





    Bye !
  4. lukeymcspook

    lukeymcspook New Member

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    cool edit pro is by far the best and easiest audio editing prog and you can also add very good effects
  5. tokio

    tokio New Member

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    the main 3 are obviously WaveLab, Cool Edit and Soundforge, but check around for NGWave, thats what i use.
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    Propellerhead's "reason".. Sonic Foundry Vegas ( almost zero latency encountered using it ) ... Sound forge.. for normalization and slicing... T-Rex for the final mix.:boink:
  7. gebby

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    I do more midi than audio of late, but have always been happy with Cakewalk Pro Audio 9.
  8. Justified

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    i'd say soundforge. been using it for years, hasn't failed me yet.
  9. CyberCat

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    I do my midi in Cakewalk Peo Audio 9, than mix the final audio mix in SEK'D Red Roaster.
  10. dbethge

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    i think cubaseVST is the best ever, i record my guitar with it and its great
  11. scandal

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    wavelab without a doubt. works fab with cubase.
  12. Olio

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    I use following audio editing programs in my work and home: Soundforge 6.0, Wavelab and Cool Edit 2000. From those, I use mostly Soundforge at home and Wavelab at work. Both are very good in audio editing, though my version of Soundforge doesn't have multichannel-component in it.

    For sequencing and composing I use Sonar, Acid Pro, Pro-Tools and Sadie.

    with joy, Olio
  13. SMH

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    MixMeister = Quality

    Nothing you can't do with that program!
  14. kuerbo

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    Just for audio edit. Wavelab from Steinberg is an amazing piece of software!!!
  15. EgP

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    Try Goldwave, it works, have many options and is cheaper than Steinberg etc.

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