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Subject: FLASH: Audio Editors - a few recommendations
From: Heather Perkins
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 00:08:27 GMT

>Heather wrote:
>>
>>Alas, SoundEdit is probably never going to be updated by MM, so you may
>>want to make your wish expand to include other, livelier audio programs.
>
>Interesting...
>
>Would you be able to recommend an audio editing program Heather (or others)?

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Mac:

My favorite audio editor is Peak, avaliable in LE ("light") or full-strength.
An awesome editor. Check it out at: http://www.bias-inc.com/
(You can download a demo to try out.)


A cheaper way to go is SoundMaker from MicroMat. Very full-featured for
around $99US street.
http://www.micromat.com/soundMaker/index_soundMaker.html

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For our PC brethren and, uh, sistren (?) SoundForge is very very cool,
and pretty robust as well. I hear great things about it (and from it.)

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Hope this helps.


- HP 2000
Official Sound Designer for the New Millenium

Heather Perkins
Sound Director/Senior Sound Designer
EGN Content Studios, North
http://www.egreetings.com

"I'm a lunatic with lethal combat skills"
- XWP


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