FR : basic audio editing

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FR : basic audio editing

Hello
I don't know if it wouldn't be "too much" (bringing Resonic from the "audio player/sample manager" territory into the "audio editor" territory"), but i must confess that i dream about a full 2-in-1 solution, so i dare to ask :D
What do you think about allowing the user to perform basic audio editing on the files ?

I am thinking about :
- volume manipulation : volume adjustment, normalize ;
- duration manipulation : trim, crop, delete silence;
- format manipulation : convert format/bit/sampledepth, etc

Thank you for taking the FR into consideration ;)

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Re: FR : basic audio editing

wshaper wrote:Hello
I don't know if it wouldn't be "too much" (bringing Resonic from the "audio player/sample manager" territory into the "audio editor" territory"), but i must confess that i dream about a full 2-in-1 solution, so i dare to ask :D
What do you think about allowing the user to perform basic audio editing on the files ?

I am thinking about :
- volume manipulation : volume adjustment, normalize ;
- duration manipulation : trim, crop, delete silence;
- format manipulation : convert format/bit/sampledepth, etc

Thank you for taking the FR into consideration ;)
I think Resonic shouldn't try to become an actual audio editor, that doesn't mean it won't be leaving its territory :D For the Pro there is quite a bit planned. See http://www.resonic.at/pro for some hints.

I don't want to spoil too much here, but format conversion/cropped export/normalization are all on my todo list. Also external tool support is planned: for a start think of an 'Edit' button launching your external wave editor on a file.
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Re: FR : basic audio editing

Hi
Thank you
It sounds nearly perfect :)

(an "Edit" button will be great ! The only downside is that an Edit button doesn't allow batch processing... but if " format conversion/cropped export/normalization are all on my todo list", then it should be enough ;) ).

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