[MPA] multi track and noise reduction

Jay Shaffer jshaf at jayshaffer.com
Tue May 11 06:15:08 PDT 2004

Audacity, available at http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ does noise 
sampling and if you liked the old Cool Edit you'll love Audacity.
Jay Shaffer
Mac Audio Guy
mag at macaudioguy.com

On May 11, 2004, at 2:04 AM, Luke Snarl wrote:

> OK folks
> here are two questions:
> Firstly, what can I use for basic multitrack audio editing on the Mac 
> platform?
> I used to use CoolEdit on the PC before I made the switch to Mac and 
> OSX.
> Now I do _not_ want to buy a ProTools set up - no, not even an Mbox. I 
> have a very nice USB audio interface already and do not want another.
> I have and love Peak but it only does one track editing.
> So what can I use?
> Secondly, what can people recommend for basic noise reduction of a 
> stereo file?
> I used to be able to quickly and rather effectively remove noise from 
> audio using CoolEdit by finding a short section of the noise by 
> itself, analyzing it with the Noise Reduction menu option, saving the 
> noise's profile, selecting to Noise Reduc to WHOLE waveform, load the 
> profile and then hit Process. Magic.
> I have Peak but can't find any similar option in it - any ideas?
> thanks for any help!
> :L uke, out.
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