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post Nov 4 2012, 17:07
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i'm looking for a sound editor
when i run w98se , i was so happy to have cool edit

now i play with Audacity 2.0.2 but misses many features i like first real time effects , cool edit many years ago has them

what could i try and in case buy?

some years ago i remember steinberg wavlab was the best and soundforge was another big guy

to be honest i'm not updated about the best audio editor

might you give me some advises ?

what i don't want to install a trial that can mess up my windows 7

for example once i gave a try to dxo (program for photos) , it was featured by a hard copy protection , and when i uninstalled the trial , i had many problem with my operation system , like unknow hardware ,blue screen of death and so on

i can understand they want to protect their software ,it's right , but i would like to avoid to install trial version that can harm my operation system

thanks in advance!
and please sorry for my poor english

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post Feb 6 2013, 15:49
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Do all/any these editors reconstruct waveforms correctly? Especially if they are free!

QUOTE (greynol @ Oct 14 2012, 01:59) *
If you were to look at the waveform in an editor that actually assumes proper reconstruction you will in fact see a proper sine wave regardless of the frequency. This is all about the specific application you used to display the waveform.

Your application is displaying it incorrectly!
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