Monthly Archives: September 2012
If you need to edit the sound for your game – be it the music, sound effects or voices – Lifehacker has highlighted five great audio editors that can help you do just that.
I can personally recommend Soundforge and Sony Vegas (multitrack editor) as well – they’re really great for serious editing, tweaking and polishing your game sound.
Earlier in the week, we asked you which audio editing tools you thought were the best. We tallied up your responses, and now we’re back to feature the five applications you said were the best of breed. It’s worth noting the list will be a bit of a mix of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) as well as audio editors—they’re definitely different classes of tools. If you’re not sure of the difference, audio editors let you manage and splice existing audio files, while DAWs are more for creating new music from scratch. Now, on to the top five:
See the full list of audio editors here!
Posted by Asbjoern on September 3, 2012 - Contact
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