[MPA] multi track and noise reduction

Jay Shaffer jshaf at jayshaffer.com
Wed May 19 15:04:17 PDT 2004

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Jay Shaffer
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On May 19, 2004, at 8:16 AM, John wrote:

>> In the meantime, Audacity is quite rightly gaining ground as other 
>> apps start to fill the vacuum that Digidesign have left. Maybe Apple 
>> are looking to fill that vacuum too.
> Speaking of Apple...
> I've used PT Free for some time bow, and it is a pain to switch into 9 
> to use it. That being said, what does anyone think of GarageBand? It 
> is mainly for MIDI, or is there "basic" music editing features - I 
> like the ability to cut an paste with PT Free, etc... And also, I like 
> being able to adjust the volume on a track by track basis, something I 
> haven't seen in GarageBand (yes, you can turn a track's volume up and 
> down, but you cannot adjust a portion of pne track up or down).

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