The top commercial audio editing software for 2018 - The community's favorite commercial audio editorsLearning
Four years after our first poll on the topic, few things have changed in the world of audio editors, at least according to our French readers.
Why You Need a Dedicated Digital Audio Editor - For some common audio editing tasks, a digital audio editor is often better than your DAWLearning
When it comes to music-production software, DAWs get all the glory. And for good reason: You use them for all the glamorous parts of the process, such as tracking, overdubbing and mixing. Conversely,…
How to fix pitch and timing with the most economical ve… - [Video] Tap the Power of Melodyne EssentialLearning
Melodyne Essential is the least expensive version of Celemony's acclaimed editing software, and though it doesn't have the same feature set of its big brother Melodyne Editor, it's nevertheless quite…
Audio Editors: Readers' Choice - The Top Audio EditorsLearning
Be it to master a song, do some sound design, manipulate audio files or edit samples, the audio editor is a very precious tool in your creative arsenal. We chose nine paid audio editors from which yo…
What is Comping? - How To Get The Perfect TakeLearning
Comping is an audio editing technique that consists in putting together different takes of the same instrument in order to get the "perfect recording" without the trick being audible.
Sony Sound Forge Pro Mac 1.0 Review - Forging with the MacWritten test
Sony's ineradicable audio editor for PC (bought from Sonic Foundry in 2003 when its creators gave up against giants like Avid, Adobe and Apple) has just been ported to the Mac — 15 years later.
Peak Pro 6 XT: The Test - BIAS at their PeakWritten test
Though there are many audio editors for PC, the Mac world looks mainly to DSP Quattro, soundBlade, Audacity, WaveBurner or Peak (a non-exhaustive list), whose features range from "very basic" to "ver…