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Re: [ARSCLIST] Audio Editing Software Options
I don't know if it is "pro" enough for some folks, but I think Audacity
<http://audacity.sourceforge.net/> would suffice for editing oral
Always thinking "free/open source,"
MM/MLIS degree candidate
Music Department/School of Information Studies
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee WI 53211
> Anyone have suggestions for free/open source and low cost audio editing
> programs usable in Windows? To give you some idea, I'm referring to
> options in the range of ProTools Free, Goldwave ($40), and Sound Forge
> Studio ($70)on the high end. If anyone can suggest anything else, in
> particular free, open source options for Windows, it would be terrific.
> The suggestions will be directed to people conducting oral
> history/ethnographic interviews who are interested in doing basic editing
> of digital audio files, have no need of multi-tracking, probably no
> interest in creating 24/96 files, and don't have a lot of money to spend.
> Andy Kolovos
> Vermont Folklife Center
> P.O. Box 442
> Middlebury, VT 05753
> (802) 388-4964