Two-track recorders/waveform editors


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Two-track recorders/waveform editors

2 Track or Waveform editors are designed for working with mono or stereo files, so you don't get a lot of independent channel control. So they're not great for producing lots of music, but if you're just working with a simple file like a single voice-over file or a single stereo mix of a piece of music, it might be sufficient for just opening it up making some modifications. You can make edits, change the arrangement of sounds within the file, you can also zoom-in really close to make different changes in the waveform or eliminate little things like pops and clicks, and it's a great way to kind of clean up a sound.

It's also great for optimizing files. So if you have a three or four different voice-over tracks, and you want to make sure that they are all the same volume, you can bring them into a 2 Track Editor, change the volume accordingly and make sure they all match. It's also good for trimming the heads and tails of audio files if you want to get right up to where the s...

Two-track recorders/waveform editors
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Two-track recorders/waveform editors provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Dave Schroeder as part of the Digital Audio Principles

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