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Re: Mac Audio editor?
Are you using Soundblade LE?
I watched Gavin Lurssen use this and was pretty amazed. I suspect he had the HD version, but not sure that I need that for my purposes.
I'll do some research to see if there's any SOUND difference between HD and LE. I downloaded the LE manual.
One of the main things he did with it, besides sequence songs, was adjust the volumes of the different tracks so they all matched in volume. He would click on different tracks quickly, randomly, and adjust the volumes so they all matched. Can you do this, or have you ever done this, with Soundblade LE?
I think it would save me a lot of time.
On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 9:31 AM, David Gans <email@example.com>
I use soundBlade, from Sonic Studio (successor to Sonic Solutions). I only do stereo editing/mastering, and I think there must be better systems for multitrack, but there is no better DAW for stereo. http://www.sonicstudio.com
On Aug 10, 2013, at 4:10 PM, David P Coffin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hey Mac folks... I
> 'm wondering what audio editors you currently favor? I live in a graveyard: I used to use Peak, then SoundTrackPro...Liked 'em both real well.
> I particularly recall being able to fade in or out an effect across a selection, in Peak I think. Any idea if that feature lives on somewhere? I don't see it in Audition or Amadeus, my two easily available editors these days (10.8.4), though I do have Logic, too, and I can imagine automating a bus send to get the same effect there, but nowhere near as effortlessly...
> Thanks for any ideas!
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