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[TOS #5] From: Adobe Audition 1.0 Installation, From Topic ID: 99174
DVDdoug
post Jan 31 2013, 00:52
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biggrin.gif HA! I'm so glad I chose GoldWave over Cool Edit... I'm STILL getting free upgrades!!! It's not in the same league as Audition, but meets most of my audio editing needs and it's been quite a baragin.
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post Feb 10 2013, 23:30
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QUOTE (DVDdoug @ Jan 30 2013, 23:52) *
biggrin.gif HA! I'm so glad I chose GoldWave over Cool Edit... I'm STILL getting free upgrades!!! It's not in the same league as Audition, but meets most of my audio editing needs and it's been quite a baragin.


Too right.

All resolutions in capture and editing.

Any DSP I need that aren't availalable in GW I can do elsewhere (such as vinyl de-noising in Clickrepair), and the manual drawing/dragging of wave-forms is the best I've ever used.

I might have needed programs like Audition once upon a time, but not now.

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