Steinberg’s clever use of AI has made spectral editing and unmixing more accessible than ever.
Once again, iZotope have raised the benchmark for affordable audio restoration.
Although it's now been around for two decades, Melodyne is still the stuff of science fiction. In our exclusive review, we explore version 5's new superpowers.
Infinity is no ordinary audio editor, but one that allows you to manipulate the individual instruments within a mixed audio file in endless ways.
With their first update since buying this innovative spectral editing software, Steinberg have integrated it into ARA-compatible DAW programs.
With 64-bit compatibility and VST3 support, Magix’s Sound Forge 12 is ready to face the future.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the established stereo editing packages, Internet Co’s slick dual-platform offering might pique your interest...
Whether you’re a professional working in post-production or a humble home studio user, there’s a version of iZotope’s RX restoration software to suit you.
Its first makeover under new ownership sees Magix’s Mac editing package team up with some powerful partners.
Slicing audio samples based upon transient detection is a well-established technology, however, VirSyn have added two very interesting further twists that up the ante considerably in creative terms...
A reinvention of Wavelab’s user interface aims to make its powerful feature set easier to use.
The latest version of iZotope’s best-selling restoration software adds powerful new modules, as well as a Post Production Suite bundle aimed at film and TV applications.
New versions of Sony's Sound Forge and, especially, the innovative SpectraLayers make possible new ways of editing recorded audio.
Always moving with the times, Steinberg's Wavelab now includes comprehensive loudness metering, along with new plug-ins and an improved interface.
The makers of VocAlign have built on its capabilities, creating software that can not only match the timing of vocal parts, but their pitch and level too.
One of the giants of the Windows audio world has made it to the Mac at last. Was it worth the wait?
With some innovative concepts borrowed from photo-manipulation software, Sony aim to make spectral editing creative as well as useful.
Sony's latest entry-level NLE has plenty of editing power to help you cut your music videos quickly, and for very little cash.
Steinberg's Wavelab has spread its wings to become the only truly cross-platform stereo editing package — and in the process, it's undergone a comprehensive makeover.
Sonys heavyweight audio production package celebrates reaching double figures with the addition of DAW-style event editing and CD compilation.
Audiofile Engineerings elegant package offers impressive editing features at an affordable price.
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