|Sep 5, 2008, 03:20 PM||#1|
Best DAW for Audiobook recording
I've a macbookpro and apogee duet and have been using garageband to record an audiobook (1 file=1 chapter). While GB has got me up and running, it's very limited in that I cannot see and edit the entire project at one time, and for many other reasons. I want and need to use something more appropriate for audiobook recording. Has anyone an opinion on what would be the better program for me - Protools or LE ? It needs to be simple, and must work seamlessly with my apogee duet. Feedback much appreciated. Thanks
|Sep 12, 2008, 04:31 AM||#2|
You could create the whole audiobook in garageband, export, then cut it into sections with a (free) audio editor like Audacity.
Logic would easily handle creating the book, independently bouncing down chapters and working with a timeline. You would also get a lot more tools for handling the voice production.
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