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TheDutchGuy
Jul 6, 2012, 09:35 AM
Came across Amadeus Audio Editor yesterday and was wondering if you're using the program and what your opinion is?



angusmcfisher
Jul 7, 2012, 06:44 AM
Came across Amadeus Audio Editor yesterday and was wondering if you're using the program and what your opinion is?

I use it a lot. For me, it's the best audio editor around for mac for individual file editing.

TheDutchGuy
Jul 7, 2012, 09:18 PM
Individual file editing, that's the thing I can't figure out. Does Amadeus support multi-track editing?

ChrisA
Jul 7, 2012, 11:48 PM
Individual file editing, that's the thing I can't figure out. Does Amadeus support multi-track editing?


I always suggest people use GarageBand until they can say why it can't work for them. What is it GB can't do for you? I'd hate to recommend something else that you would not like for that reason

TheDutchGuy
Jul 9, 2012, 09:35 PM
I've just migrated from Windows to Mac and I was using the old school Cool Edit Pro 2.0, which did the job perfectly for me. So I need something similar. I was about to get Logic Pro, but came across Amadeus. I don't mind paying for software, but since I'm new to Mac, I figured to get some feedback before buying...

ChrisA
Jul 9, 2012, 11:39 PM
I've just migrated from Windows to Mac and I was using the old school Cool Edit Pro 2.0, which did the job perfectly for me. So I need something similar. I was about to get Logic Pro, but came across Amadeus. I don't mind paying for software, but since I'm new to Mac, I figured to get some feedback before buying...

Like i said, Why not Garage Band. It does free with every Mac and you already have it.

Logic is nice too. It is an expanded and more powerful version of garage Band. Logic and GB share the same "engine" under the hood but Logic has a greatly expended user interface. Before you buy Logic try GB and see if you like it. Then if you find it lacks some feature you need upgrade. Logic will open Gb projects so you don't loose any work

TheDutchGuy
Jul 10, 2012, 03:01 PM
Like i said, Why not Garage Band. It does free with every Mac and you already have it.

Logic is nice too. It is an expanded and more powerful version of garage Band. Logic and GB share the same "engine" under the hood but Logic has a greatly expended user interface. Before you buy Logic try GB and see if you like it. Then if you find it lacks some feature you need upgrade. Logic will open Gb projects so you don't loose any work

Thanks for the advice, I highly appreciate it! I'll just do that