When it comes to audio editing in FL Studio, Edison is my go-to tool. It’s bundled with great features to edit and even manipulate your audio. Let’s take a look at how it ticks.
SynchroArts Revoice Pro 3.2 offers comprehensive auto and manual time, pitch and loudness editing for vocals, dialog and instruments. So what does version 3.2 bring to the table? Find out here.
From the makers of Melodyne, Capstan is a tool designed to remove that distinctive wow and flutter present on many tape and vinyl recordings. If you find it's a problem, then here's the solution.
AudioFile have created one of the most impressive audio batch processors we've ever seen. Although it was only recently released, we've been putting Myriad through its paces for some weeks now...
Everyone knows it's impossible to remove reverb from your audio recordings, right? Wrong. iZotope RX4 is an extremely powerful audio repair suite and includes a very capable de-reverb processor.
So you want to edit and manipulate audio as easily as you can MIDI? Multiple tracks? Polyphonic material? Hollin Jones finds out if Ceremony's Melodyne Studio 4 is the best app for your audio jobs.
Tracktion has some great tricks to edit your audio. Knowing how to use these editing shortcuts can speed up you workflow. Let’s take a look at how you can enhance your audio editing in Tracktion.
iZotope RX5 is out. So how does the fifth iteration of the incredibly useful post-production, audio-clean up tool measure up to past versions? Joe Albano finds out in this in-depth review.
So you're in FL Studio 12. Let's say you want to edit audio, or want to correct or manipulate pitch of an audio file. What effect will you turn to? FL Studio's NewTone of course. Here's why.
iZotope are preparing of the release of a new version of RX. Aside from the name change (they've added "audio editor" to the title) there's lots of new features to get excited about.
Commonly used in post & broadcast production, Sonnox's Restore Suite is Oxford DeNoiser, Oxford DeClicker and Oxford DeBuzzer to eliminate pops, clicks and unwanted background noise. Now it's 64-bit!
There’s plenty of useful tips and tricks for getting the timing of your productions just right in Eyal Amir's new Cubase video course. Here's one video showing how to musically adjust hit points.
Editing audio waveforms had become run of the mill. If you want to get into editing frequencies of audio files, then spectral audio editing is for you. Gary Hiebner shows how using Adobe Audition.
You’ll spend a lot of time editing audio parts in Cubase. Here are some useful timesavers and power tips from Hollin Jones to help you along the way!
The good folks at iZotope update their flagship audio repair program, but will the new features entice current users to upgrade? Matt Hepworth repairs to the review to find out.