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Thread: Audio edit program recommendations?

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    VT[5] SpeedEdit Pilot Jim Capillo's Avatar
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    Gloucester, MA - The Home of the Perfect Storm

    Audio edit program recommendations?

    I'm looking for a program to work with wav and mp3 files to remove rumble, 60hz, and other stuff from recorded files. I've checked, but most of that crap comes with adware hidden in it.

    Free is good, but I don't mind picking up something at CompUSA either.
    Jim Capillo

    CW Television Productions
    100 Cummings Center, Suite 309-G
    Beverly, MA 01915

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    i Highly recomend getting abobe audtion formerly cool edit pro it absolutely rocks. i love it , its really fast supports direct x pplugins avi wrapped files 128 track mixing as well as editing effects. 5.1 encoding i think its $299

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    I haven't used Audition since it was Cool Edit but it was pretty good then. I think you can download a 30 day trial from Adobe and decide if you like it. I know that Sound Forge 7 is $399 and you can also download a 30 day fully functioning trial version of it. Both should be able to do what you want.


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    He said "member" Kurt_Henning's Avatar
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    Larrytown, KansASS
    I have sound forge and Audition.

    I prefer Audition.

    And it's only 1.0

    It's pretty great rigt out of the box


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