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    Sonic Foundry CD Architect v5

    Red Book CD-burning Application [Windows]

    It's been some time since Sonic Foundry's powerful and easy-to-use CD-burning application was updated, but this version 5 promises wider compatibility and many new features.

    Reviews May 2003
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    i3 DSP Quattro audio editor.

    i3 DSP Quattro

    Real-time Audio Editor [Mac OS]

    This popular shareware sample editor has grown into a serious audio manipulation tool...

    Reviews Apr 2003
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    Bitshift Audio pHATmatik Pro

    VST Sample Loop Manipulation Plug-in [Mac/PC]

    Users of Propellerhead's Recycle could be forgiven for thinking that sample slicing couldn't get much easier, but Bitshift Audio's pHATmatik Pro aims to prove them wrong by offering an unprecedented level of integration with MIDI + Audio sequencers.

    Reviews Sep 2002
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    The new Plug-In Chainer is multitasking, so you can leave it previewing while you select another part of the file, open other windows, or switch to another file with a different chain of effects.

    Sonic Foundry Sound Forge 6.0

    Digital Audio Editor [PC]

    Sonic Foundry's popular stereo editor takes another step forward with the introduction of non-destructive editing and a multitasking audio engine.

    Reviews Sep 2002
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    Steinberg Wavelab v4

    PC Audio Editor

    As an all-round package for multitrack audio editing, mastering and CD burning, Steinberg's Wavelab leads the field. Does the new version 4 keep it ahead of the competition?

    Reviews May 2002
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    Sonic Foundry Acid Pro v3

    PC Audio Loop Sequencer

    Sonic Foundry were the pioneers of loop-based PC sequencing with the initial release of Acid. More than three years on it's more popular than ever, and the latest version includes MIDI and video support among other new features.

    Reviews Jan 2002
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    Stereo Editing: Part 3

    Tips & Tricks

    In the final part of his series on digital editing, Paul White examines some methods of removing clicks from a recording, before looking at how to burn a production master CD.

    Techniques Mar 2000
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    Stereo Editing: Part 2

    Tips & Tricks

    After last month's overview of the equipment and processes involved in compiling an album master from mixes, Paul White gets down to the business of sorting out wanted audio from unwanted...

    Techniques Feb 2000
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    Stereo Editing: Part 1

    Tips & Tricks

    In the first part of a new series, Paul White looks at the practicalities of stereo editing. So, if you plan on compiling your stereo mixes into an album master, you'd better read on.

    Techniques Jan 2000


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