Jinglemaster Posted July 27, 2010 Share Posted July 27, 2010 I have used many programs for editing over the years, since we moved on from the old razor blade and sellotape on a live running tape 10 seconds before the bit you were taping back together was transmitted. Oh yes, those were the days. I currently use Adobe Audition 3.0 and have done for about 3 years. I think I would call myself an expert in its various functions and capabilities. I can go from dry vouice to finished and fully produced jingle in one package and in about 15 minutes easily. Protools is teh one I just decided to move onto because of another angle of my recording business. However, having installed the very expensive interface and installed the software (eventually) I found it was highly obstructive in its use. Compared to Audition, everything is difficult. Yes, it probably is a better program if you want to shell out £20k for hardware and have U2 popping in for an album cut, but for a two line jingle on zyx fm, I prefer Audition by a shocking mile. So, it would be interesting to know others views. What do you like or dislike about audition or protools. Cool edit is ofg course the predecessor to austion, so if you use cool edit please join in. Maybe you use another set up altogether. If so, whjat and most importantly why. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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