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Old 2005-01-16, 05:22 PM
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Re: Good Audio Editors for the Mac?

Originally Posted by ffooky
I use Audacity for spectral/frequency analysis,manual sample manipulation and cutting on sector boundaries, Sound Studio for speed adjustment and rough splitting and Amadeus to sniff out errors & clicks with the Sound Repair facility but I usually edit then edit them manually with Audacity.
I have Peak and Sound Soap but I've only recently got a machine that'll run them so I'll install tomorrow and report back how it compares.
hey ffooky can you tell us how to cut on sector boundaries using Audacity?
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