which audio editor do you use ? which is you favorite audio editor?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi

    i would like to install an audio editor

    i used to run Audacity 2 for many jobs ,but there is not preview
    it' s great because it's free but i would like just something better

    do you use an audio editor?

    which do you think is one of the best? or do you like a lot?

    thanks
     
  2. PaulBB

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    Nero WaveEditor is freeware now:
    -http://codecpack.co/download/Nero-WaveEditor.html-
     
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    I'm taking a class right now in basic editing and audio production. We started with Audacity to get the gist of things and have since moved to Pro Tools. We haven't gotten too far yet with PT, so as of now, I like Audacity.
     
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    I've always liked Audacity.
     
  6. bgoodman4

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    MY pref is Sony Sound Forge. Much easier to use than Audacity I from my experience. I did not take any classes and between SF and Audacity I found SF easier to learn and use on my own.

    I am told by someone who does a lot of this sort of work that a program called Diamond Cut is very good as well.
     
  7. zfactor

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    i use pro tools myself from avid. imo hands down one of the best i ever have used i do play guitar and mess around with recording and this is a awesome piece of software, ableton stuff is nice, presonus also is pretty good, propellerhead, Native Instruments, among a few others are all good ones to check out. imo pro tools rocks though once you get used to it. im not a huge fan of audacity myself.
     
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    Pro Tools baby :thumb:
     
  9. culla

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    cool edit now called Adobe Audition
    Acoustica Mixcraft
    protools requires extra hardware but is the industry standard
    logic pro

    i use the first two mostly i'm a guitarist

    to get rid of the delay when recording live i use this asio driver
    ASIO4ALL_2_11_Beta1_English.exe
     
  10. mantra

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    pro tools is a multi channel mixer progam ,isn't it?

    i know it's one of the best or it's the best
    does it work like a single track editor?

    thanks
     
  11. mantra

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    hi
    i like audition , but it doesn't work under windows 7 , i have some menu in english some menu in my language
    it's a shame
    i tried to install audition 3 under w7

    thanks
     
  12. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    I presume Windows, cause I have a few Linux suggestions?
    Audacity for me, in general.
    Mrk
     
  13. mantra

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    yes windows sadly
    :cautious:
     
  14. mantra

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    but audition 3 is free (and it's an amazing software) , i did not know it!

    there is the full version + the serial from the adobe page

    photoshop cs2 and other programs
     
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