Corel’s Windows-only VideoStudio offers an equally robust set of features comparative to Adobe or CyberLink’s product line. Right off the bat, it’s easy to see why VideoStudio is a great option: It offers support for 4K, 360-degree VR, multi-cam editing, as well as a large library of royalty-free music. Beginners will quickly learn to appreciate features such as "checkmarks," which can either let you know which clips you’ve already used or can apply effects to all the clips currently in your timeline at once. Additionally, voice detection helps you match subtitles to speech in your video clips.
And as soon as you finish recording the audio you just hit on to the next slides and it creates what timing, takes a bit of time but it's all cool while you doing that I was just getting my YouTube channel ready to be uploaded and yeah the good old bouncing Samurai, the content samurai knows I love him ... [laughing] and the next thing to do is actually go through and listen just double check your video.
It gets even worse when you actually reach someone in tech support for MAGIX – they had me install a program to determine the OS of the host computer, and it got the answer wrong so MAGIX support told me that I did not have Windows 10 on my computer so they couldn’t help me. I sent them screen shots proving I had Win10 but they didn’t believe me. I am trying to get a refund now. Sound Forge was awesome, MAGIX sucks.
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So how to decide? To help with this task, we went out and tested the most popular DAWs. Numerous venerable (and excellent) recording magazines have reviewed these applications many times over the years. That's great for the existing user base of each DAW, but maybe not always quite as clear for newcomers. In each of our reviews, we did our best to approach each product as a whole, rather than devoting the majority of the space to just the latest features that were added in the most recent update.
Another audio editing software you might want to take a look at, the Presonus Studio One 4 is a versatile DAW that comes with a bunch of cool and useful features. There’s support for multiple tracks, and with Studio One’s Chord Track feature, you can easily make a quick prototype of songs and get an idea of what they sound like. Chord Track brings features like key modulation, chord substitution and more for easy protoyping. Studio One can automatically identify the chords from your audio track, and you can even drag a part to the Chord Track to make a reference.
I found MAGIX online offer for $20 reasonable enough to give it a try, though I’ve never tried Sound Forge but would like to try it out. I found MAGIX to be more of a music writing program with all their sound bites and you can edit songs as well but I was not impressed and rarely use MAGIX anymore. For music editing & engineering I use Adobe Audition which has worked very well and it processes with 1,000’s of processes which you should write down your settings if you like the output, because there are so many variables. I got a version before they got greedy by their monthly/yearly charging for using Audition. I would NEVER pay a monthly or yearly fee for using software unless the cost was reasonable and $360 a year is outrageous IMO. Adobe software bought “Cool Edit Pro” from Syntrillium Software Corp. which was way ahead of their time for the quality of that software. Audition is as close to professional studio software like Protools that I’ve tested.
TwistedWave is one of best free audio editors which supports multiple platforms including web, Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad. This tool can help you cut and trim a single sound file. It as well allows users to add effects on audio such as fade in, fade out, change of pitch/speed and more. Better still, this tool lets you record from a microphone which can be helpful if you want to add narration to the audio file.
Look at the screenshot I attached above. I want you to look at the left sidebar. The #01 “Getting Started” video is what I just walked you through. You can see there are more video instructions. The videos are between 2 and 5 minutes long each, so it doesn’t take long at all to become acquainted with the software. The 5 additional training videos include the following topics.
Obviously, an article about creative applications will mention Apple in one way or another. Logic Pro X, which is Apple’s DAW for systems running macOS would’ve been my choice for the best audio editing software, but since it’s only available on macOS, it brings its accessibility down by quite a bit (not every artist uses a Mac, after all). That said, Logic Pro X brings some incredibly awesome features into the fold that make it an amazing audio editing app for both beginning editors, and professional users. Logic Pro X comes with all the basic features you’ll ever need in an audio editor, and also brings extremely advanced features including the ability to automatically match the timing of different tracks in a project using ‘Smart Tempo.’
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