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Mate 2012-11-14 00:14

ReAudio
 
Merge ReCycle with the new Audio Editing program you could make, set the normal price, not that crazy ReCycle one & shot that out! :)

Audacity is kinda cool, but not that cool as your ReAudio could be! I know if you PH would make that kinda program, it'd be awesome!

Thanks!

aaaaaa 2012-11-19 09:46

yes ! +1 for advanced, modern audio editing program in reason !

NADesign 2013-03-24 16:54

I support such idea as Live Sampling is more the
friend for creative moments, where something
has to be immediately captured. So Live Sampling
should remain but it wouldn't hurt if Reason
would have an advanced wave editor for further
editing (includng Recycle support). This "ReAudio"
could be part of a focused upgrade to full Reason
while Essential or Limiated version not, as Beginners
might not want to get in touch with advanced options
anyway.

Mate 2013-03-24 16:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kaiserin (Post 1270980)
I support such idea as Live Sampling is more the
friend for creative moments, where something
has to be immediately captured. So Live Sampling
should remain but it wouldn't hurt if Reason
would have an advanced wave editor for further
editing (includng Recycle support). This "ReAudio"
could be part of a focused upgrade to full Reason
while Essential or Limiated version not, as Beginners
might not want to get in touch with advanced options
anyway.

Yeah, thanks for the support Nicola, I really think it'll be awesome Audio Editor!

As for Live Sampling it has nothing to do with the ReAudio really, coz that build-in Live Sampling editor very, very simple & it's not even has normal "timeline snap" as I like, but it's another story anyway!

locohead 2013-03-24 21:43

+1 like the idea

Mate 2013-03-24 21:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by locohead (Post 1271296)
+1 like the idea

Yeah!

I've seen your suggestion in the R.I.P thread I believe, so it was similar & I love it too! :)


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