Feature-rich Audio Editors
It's been a long time since I posted on here but I've been getting really serious about audio editing. I've been studying up on making stingers and jingles and podcasts. Most of my studying has come from a very helpful Youtube channel called Music Radio Creative. My attempts into producing audio from what I've learned from that channel have left me wondering if Amadeus Pro meets my needs any longer.
The people at Music Radio Creative and many other sources seem to swear by Adobe Audition CC which seems to boast a plethora of great features. I'm wondering if this is accessible either on the Mac or Windows? Preferably the Mac as I don't want to run Windows anymore than I absolutely have to.
If not Audition, then what? I do own Logic Pro but find it and GarageBand to be more music-focused and harder to edit spoken audio in. What audio editors do all of you recommend or are there ways to be more efficient at the production of radio imaging in Amadeus? Right now it is very slow going. Thanks,
I would suggest you look at Reaper. There are specially designed courses for us. Using NVDA is very accessible with a program by the NVDA team called OSARA and the SWS plugin gives the best accessible solution. In addition you can explore Reaper free of charge. The Mac version of OSARA is very accessible but I think the overall feeling is that Windows is a little easier. I manage the Mac but I am only a basic user and just learning. I am following the booth junky and getting a good voice over set-up. I am too wanting to add intro music etc. later.
The course Audio Ins and Outs to which I refer can be found here:
They had made the materials free as their funding had dried up. If you can’t find the lectures PM me.
Furthermore, there is a dedicated email list called Reaper for Peepers. Again PM me if you require details for subscribing if you can’t find it via Google.
On 16 Oct 2019, at 16:36, Jesse Tregarthen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Gena
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