N/APosted on - 11/01/2011
I know that there are a number of musicians out there who have inhabited the RW World.
I wanted to ask anyone who has heard of Garage band to give me some keywords.
I am a pianist by ear and I want to become a professional pianist.
I have a piano that has two octaves, is touch sensitive and has weighted keyboard.
Can I get some good linear wave foam viewer that I can use?
Looking for good linear wave viewer
If you are just looking for an application that can be used to view an audio file’s wave form, you may want to try Syntrillium’s Cool Edit Pro 2.0.
Using it you can open any audio file and see its raw wave form inside the application.
You can do audio editing and mixing of different tracks.
In multitrack, you can mix up to 128 tracks.
Here is Cool Edit Pro 2.0 system requirements:
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium, Windows XP
Pentium 2 233 MHz or higher processor, Pentium 3 700 MHz recommended
64 MB RAM, 128 MB RAM recommended
You can download Cool Edit Pro 2.0.