Nov 4 2011 11:18PM GMT
Posted by: Roger King
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.