Wav Editor

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Luis Esp, Nov 21, 2002.

  1. Luis Esp

    Luis Esp Supporting Actor

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    Can anyone suggest a really easy to use wav editor? I had download a freeware program awhile back ago I think was called "Cd Wav Editor" and I just recently restored my computer and forgot to save the program.
    I've tried other programs which were too confusing and I've tried a wav splitter recommended by Tech Tv, which is useless because you can't see the graph file without two screen open.
    So any suggestions are greatly appreciated[​IMG]
     
  2. Greg_Y

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  3. Mike LS

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    What exactly are you needing the program for?
     
  4. Luis Esp

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    I recorded a friends live performance and I'm to catalogue it for her. I'd like to split the tracks and individually name them.
     
  5. Mike LS

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    Not that this is a great option, but you can do that with Windows Sound Recorder. As long as you're not really trying to edit the file, just cut it down it should do that fine.
     
  6. Artur Meinild

    Artur Meinild Screenwriter

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    check out cooledit.com
    this is a really great program, and you can download a trial version to try it out.this program is for sound what paint shop pro is for graphics.
     
  7. Mike LS

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    I'm sure you can get there from cooledit.com, but go to www.syntrillium.com. That's got all of the software from that company.
    Only problem with the free demo of Cooledit is that you can't save any files using it, so you really can't get THAT good an idea of it using the demo.
     

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