Sound Forge receives its most significant update in years with a host of new features under the hood as well as new plug-ins and editing tools. Hollin Jones put it to the test.
Time-based effects can leave a tail which makes cutting audio loops tricky. Adam Pollard has the solution - and it's simpler than you might think.
Adobe's clever Dynamic Link feature means no tedious exporting and importing. Just harness the power of both apps to get much more detailed control over your sound than Premiere normally allows.
Audition – a distant relation of Cool Edit Pro – is Adobe’s pro-level audio editing app. Here’s a guide to its core features and tools that will help you get the most out of it.
Unpicking audio elements from an already-mixed file is the holy grail of audio production. Joe Albano looks at the state of play, and what's currently possible in this field.
Compositing audio takes is an essential skill for crafting the perfect performance. In this video, Booker Edwards shows you how to do it in Logic Pro.
Imagine if you could move sections of audio between clips without messing about with exports and imports? Well now in Bitwig Studio 2, you can!
VocALign Pro 4 automatically analyzes the patterns of two audio signals and edits one to match the timing of the other. If you're editing audio could this be your new best friend? Sara Simms finds out
If you edit audio and need to align double-tracked vocals, ADR, instrument tracks, etc, then you'll probably know about Synchro Arts Project 3. It's just got cheaper by 50% and easier to use.
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.
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...
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.
With the continuing evolution of audio editing tools within major DAWs, some think that the dedicated audio editor has had its day. Matt Vanacoro shares 5 reasons Adobe Audition should not be ignored.
Ceremony tells us that Melodyne 4 introduces new technologies and a new degree of freedom for the entire Melodyne family. Includes 4 versions and a polyphonic spectrum shaper sound editor.