Hii'm looking for a sound editorwhen i run w98se , i was so happy to have cool editnow i play with Audacity 2.0.2 but misses many features i like first real time effects , cool edit many years ago has themwhat could i try and in case buy?
Quote from: francesco on 04 November, 2012, 11:07:51 AMHii'm looking for a sound editorwhen i run w98se , i was so happy to have cool editnow i play with Audacity 2.0.2 but misses many features i like first real time effects , cool edit many years ago has themwhat could i try and in case buy?Cool Edit was bought by Adobe, renamed to Audition, and given a revised user interface over the years since then.
Try Wavosaur, it's free. Also it's portable (everything contained in its folder) so it won't mess with your system.
If you still have a legitimate version of Cool Edit, it runs well under Win7. I'm using Cool Edit 2000 with 64 bit Win7. I doubt you can get any help from Adobe with any CE version. If you don't have all the pieces, you are out of luck.Audition has evolved considerably, with a view to integrating with Adobe's video programs, from what I've read. I have Audition 3 (no longer available) but find the user interface not as useful as CE2K for what I do. I'm not up to date on later editions, it hasn't gone in a direction that interests me, but there appear to be many satisfied users.
I've tried most of them but I always go back to GOLDWAVE.It's shareware but very reasonably priced. The developer is always happy to answer support questions.It is a very well coded mature software and is fast and responsive and 'bloatware' is not a label you can put to this program.If you play with it for a while you will discover the range of built-in functions is just about perfect.You can see the developer has put a lot of thought into this program over many years.Yep, to me, GOLDWAVE must be included in any list of all-time great Windows software (along with foobar2000).
I use Soundforge personally, works well for me. Still on the older Sonic Foundry 6.0d release but it does everything I need it to, and spending the money for the upgrade to a newer Sony build is not much of a concern for me so far.I do have Audacity on the laptop and use it at times but my desktop has the Hercules Game Theater XP card w/ the breakout box and is much better equipped for audio work.
If you were to look at the waveform in an editor that actually assumes proper reconstruction you will in fact see a proper sine wave regardless of the frequency. This is all about the specific application you used to display the waveform.Your application is displaying it incorrectly!
Top Tip.This product, Reaper, has become something of a sensation in recent years.Small footprint, great community, goes like shit off a shovel, monster feature list, under constant development. There are even people abandoning top of the range pro software such as Pro Tools to use Reaper. You get the whole thing free for 2 months. Then it's $60. If you are really, really brassic there is nothing to stop you saving your work and re-installing.