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Re: Recording Programs?

I'm a convert, from Sony Acid 3-6, to Ableton Live! 6.  Used protools
for mastering after track mixing/composition/dorkery on either setup.
Haven't gotten good at doing the manual slices like I used to do in
Acid in Live, anyone doing that?

On 6/25/07, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> Stephen Goodman wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > I'm an old, old Cool Edit Pro user, and while I've been quite happy 
> > its multitracking etc., I look around and see what everyone else is
> > using once in a while.
> >
> I "upgraded" to Adobe Audition from Cool Edit Pro 2.
> Audition 1 was pretty similar to CEP2.
> Audition 2 adds a couple of features, notably support for VST FX
> and a "Master Track" so that you can mix down and add mastering fx
> at the same time. It also adds a massive dose of Adobe Bloat, which
> means much heavier processor usage and a long boot up time.
> I have Audition 2, but still use Audition 1.
> If you're not into midi, then CEP/Audition is easily as good
> as anything else I've seen, especially has it has all that
> noise removal stuff thrown in.
> If you're looking to add to your setup, I'd recommend getting
> a vst to DirectX wrapper, and stay with CEP.
> andy butler

---Miles Ward