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post Jul 8 2002, 19:22
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what is a good wave editor program? i would like one that can detect leading and trailing silence on tracks and delete them. eac doesnt always do a good job of that, and neither does its built in editor. also, the option to do this in batches would be great too.
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post Jul 8 2002, 19:38
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IMO, the best audio editor is Samplitude 2496. But is's definetely not for newbies.

A good and easy editor is CoolEdit.

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post Jul 8 2002, 20:14
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I also believe Cool Edit is a very good program. However I'm a heavy user of Sound Forge 6 and the Noise Reduction package. Unfortunately it isn't "bargain bin" priced. Just having either of the programs isn't enough ~ you must experiment with the options, read the help files and mutter "What do they mean by that", make a few bad mistakes and so forth to "get a handle" on what's happening. So called "Wave editors" can be generators of artifacts.
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post Jul 9 2002, 08:18
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If you just want to delete leading and trailing silence, check out WavTrim (http://www.logiccell.com/~mp3trim/wavtrim.htm)
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