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Abdiel
06-18-2005, 11:19 AM
Hey,

I just switched from PC to Mac and I've been using Adobe Audition for my audio editing needs.

What can I replace it with? Is Soundtrack Pro a good program?

(I teach radio broadcasting and production so I need a fairly strong audio program to use.)

I'd like to stay in the same price range and keep in mind that I can get an educational discount that cuts the price of Soundtrack in half.

alexmaccoll
06-18-2005, 12:33 PM
Umm it depends what you mean by 'strong'
I have got Soundtrack Pro, ands its good (i mean typical apple concentrating more on that than emagic) but i also use Logic 7 pro, which is really heavy duty, and that is couple with Protools.
So really it is down to what you want to do with it.
Alex

TheAwesome
06-24-2005, 04:01 AM
Go Tools. If your not doing big multitrack projects then just buy a Digidesign Mbox.... get the factory bundle and it comes with more software than you can throw a baby at.

Abdiel
06-24-2005, 08:58 AM
Go Tools. If your not doing big multitrack projects then just buy a Digidesign Mbox.... get the factory bundle and it comes with more software than you can throw a baby at.

So the Mbox unit comes with ProTools? Hmmm..in looking at it I don't think I need the interface box. I do most of the recording I need to do in the studios at the univeirsity I work at.

I just need software.