[MPA] Affordable Mac waveform editor?

Luke Snarl luke at snarl.org
Thu May 19 18:40:08 PDT 2005

Bias make Peak which is your 2 track editor and also Deck which is your 
multitrack editor.


MOTU make Digital Performer which is also a sequencer - so a bit more 
like cubase/logic/protools than just an editor


Audacity is a free cross-platform editor but I could never really get 
the hang of it:


ummmm i'm sure there's more.... what do others on the list use?

are there other free/share-ware ones I am missing out?


On 20/05/2005, at 4:56 AM, Rod Duncan wrote:

> Apologize if this has been discussed. I don't know much about things 
> audio.
> My professional musician friend who I wooed over from the PC side is 
> after comparable sound program to something he used on his PC. 
> Something called Sound Forge 4.5 I understand it to be a full featured 
> stereo waveform editor, as in mastering software, not a multitracker. 
> Something afforable. Shareware etc. He has tried out Sound Studio and 
> it doesn't offer up the same feature set. I am hoping the legends on 
> this list will have the answer.
> Thanks in advance.
> Rod
> BTW: He is now a HUGE Mac fan.
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