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Nov 4 2011   11:18PM GMT

More on audio editing



Posted by: Roger King
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Amadeus sound editor
editing audio
wave editing

Recently, we have been looking at the process of editing and cleaning sound.  See the previous three postings: cleaning and editing(1) and editing(2).

Then we looked at the interface to a very popular Mac wave editor, Amadeus Pro in a recent posting.

Today, we continue with Amadeus.  Below are series of screen captures, taking us through the process of making two tracks, removing the beginning of one track, then grabbing a piece of the second track, and then gluing the two together into a single seamless track:

1. Record with the red button:

2. Add a second track using the Track drop-down from the top menu and record again.3. Swipe the beginning of the first track, which contains only noise.4. Cut that piece out.5. Here is the result. 6. Swipe a piece from the second track and do a copy.
7. Paste it at the end of the major audio section of the first wave.  Then, cut out the end of the first track.More on audio editing soon.

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