On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 11:48:56 -0700, Isaac
> How much editing do you need?
Something that can handle large files, without creating a huge working
file, without blocking the message queue, without crashing on the simplest
operation, with a set of decent features.
Quote:> Did you know OS/2 actually comes with a simple WAV editor?
> There isn't much, but you can:
> Mix in from another file.
> Add echo, reverb, or reverse a section, fade in/out, double/half speed,
> change volume, etc.
> And, well, it works and it's free.
It does not work most of the time. If your only application for it is the
absolutely trivial, then it might work some of the time.
Quote:> Also, wasn't AudioStation Sequencer being worked on? Same guy as MIDI
> station sequencer (shareware). You may want to talk to him. It's a
> straight, OS/2-native, from-scratch creation and it's pretty good.
It's been effectively abandoned for about 18 months now. It never worked
Quote:> Another option is Ceres Soundstudio. I think this one is dead
> (shareware), but at some point, somebody let out a registration code if
> I'm not mistaken. You can decide on the ethics of abandonware.
Who cares if it's abandonware or whatever as it doesn't work without
crashing either itself or your machine. It was also a dog, performance