Cool Edit Pro 2.1
Cool Edit Pro 2.1 is definitely the
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Syntrillium Software got bought by Adobe. Cool Edit Pro 2.1 became Adobe
Audition 1.0. Here's a detailed review of the latest version
The shareware program Cool Edit became the most popular
stereo editor for the windows community.
Probably because it has a nice interface that is really easy to handle,
and many built in audio effects.
The "PRO" version also became a multitrack
recorder, which some people need and others not. You can not only mix in
stereo but also in 5.1 surround format.
In version 2.1 it offers more than 45 DSP effects, supports 24/96, scripting
and batch processing, and reads and writes more than 20 file formats,
including MP3 encode and decode.
You can use it as Stereo Editor or Multitrack
recording software. In version 2.1 you can even perform 5.1 surround
I think it's a really nice stereo editor and a
good multitrack recording software if you mainly record real instruments
- Supports 24/96kHz
- More than 45 DSP effects in realtime
- 128 audio tracks
- Supports Looping
- Supports DirectX-Plugins
- Scripting and batch processing
- Reads and writes more than 20 file formats
- MP3 encode and decode
- Multiple presets for each effect
- Full undo capabilities
- 5.1 Surround capability
- Some effects could sound better
(Windows 95/98, ME, 2000, NT 4.0)
Typical Users: Homerecording Artists, Multimedia Producers, Sounddesigner
Recommended Systems: Our
that proved to work. From Microphone to Speakers. You can
use this as it is, or as a basis for your own computer recording studio.
It also gives you tips on laptop recording.