Looking for a new sound design tool? Short on cash? If so, you may be in luck. The Pro Audio Files is giving away three copies of Iris 2! But better act fast on this one. Entries must be in by 5/22. Head here to enter!Read More
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[The kind folks at Audiofile Engineering have put together a giveaway of apps – including Triumph. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find out how you can be one of the three lucky people to win!]
OS X has suffered from the lack of a good and dedicated audio editor. There was a lot of hope pegged on the release of Sound Forge Pro Mac, but we all know how that went. There are a few alternatives though – Amadeus Pro ($59.99), TwistedWave ($79.90), Adobe Audition ($349) and Triumph ($79.99).
Triumph, by Audiofile Engineering, is version 2.0 of Wave Editor. While it does retain majority of the functionality from Wave Editor, it has also been rewritten ground up to take full advantage of the latest features in OS X – Auto Save, gestural input and support for retina displays, to name a few.
Before I dig into the details, here are some of the new features:
Installing and registering Triumph was a breeze. The first thing that impressed me was how quickly it opened up – almost instantaneous. On creating a new project I was greeted with a gorgeous and well designed interface. It took a bit of clicking around and reading the user guide (which unfortunately isn’t as extensive as it should be) to get some understanding of what Triumph is capable of. I’ve used Wave Editor only once (about a year ago), so I was quite new to the workflow. If you are a Wave Editor user, you might find it easier to get started right away.Read More
Crash Course In Location Sound is a two hour live webinar that will give you an overview of location sound for film and television taught by Ric Viers, author of The Sound Effects Bible. This is your opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade as well as insider secrets to lav placement, booming techniques, plant mics and more. There will be a Q&A session, so bring your questions!
One attendee will win a FREE Microphone Kit from Rode Microphones (valued at $1,200*) that includes:
More info at The Sound Effects BibleRead More