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Music, Audio, and Podcasting Do you use your Mac to create music? This is the place for discussions on creating and editing music on the Mac!

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wow! nice post rob, how can i download sibelius 6 ?
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Sibelius 6 - music notation software

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An addition as suggested by Slydude:

(System Audio Recording/Podcasting)

Amadeus Pro

Amadeus Pro - Audio editor / sound and voice recorder for MacOS X

Audio Editor. Similar to Audacity. Noticeable features: Batch Audio Processing, Crack/Hiss removal, multitrack editing.

Price: $40 (Single User)

An addition to Misc:

Audio Finder

Iced Audio - AudioFinder

an advanced sample library & playback tool. Allows easier access to all your samples, playback via MIDI keyboard on the fly (unlike built in browsers included in Logic and Pro Tools etc.)

Price: $69.95

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What is the best software to change the pitch of an audio track for less than $100? I have used Audacity, but believe there is some distortion. I have looked at and read reviews on Amadeus (Pro and Light), SongSurgeon, Fission, and Wavepad for Mac, but haven't been able to find good information as to their effectiveness in changing pitch.
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What is the best software to change the pitch of an audio track for less than $100? I have used Audacity, but believe there is some distortion. I have looked at and read reviews on Amadeus (Pro and Light), SongSurgeon, Fission, and Wavepad for Mac, but haven't been able to find good information as to their effectiveness in changing pitch.
You are generally gonna get distortion like that if you are changing pitches - though if you want a really good one, Logic has a pretty good pitch shift tool, and also ReCycle.

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The only two software DAW's to consider if your seriously into audio for Mac. All the other’s are ok but not for the professional user.

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