Zoom H2 and H4 users...

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  1. blood5150

    blood5150 Member

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    Anyone know of any freeware software programs out there for simple cutting and editing of the wav files?


    Thanks in advance!:BEER
     
  2. El Jefe

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    Audacity works pretty well, and it's free. I've only used it on mp3's though, I'm not sure if it works with wavs.
     
  3. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    i use audacity too. wavs, no prob.
     
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    What is a VST enabler?
     
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    Ah-ha...thanks.

    Does Audacity have verbs and chorus?
     
  6. buddaman71

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    I feel like an idiot, but can you point me to the EZ Bake directions for chopping up one long WAV / mp3 into individual ones?

    I have my files in Audacity, but haven't figured out how to chop them up. Any assistance would be much appreciated. I have reorded on hardware and standalone units for years, but am not super experienced with audio software.

    Thanks!

    :BEER
     
  7. alvagoldbook

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    I use audacity as well. Sometimes for simple on the spot edits I will use Microsoft's recorder program.
     
  8. SGNick

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    I use Cubase, and a free version comes with the H4.

    I've also used the Kristal Audio Engine.
     
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    buddaman71 Student of Life Silver Supporting Member

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    Another free stereo editor worth mentioning is Wavosaur. This one is a tiny standalone which mean it doesn't install anything on your system and can be run from a USB jump drive if you want.

    http://www.wavosaur.com/

    The interface is VERY similar to soundforge.
     
  11. Shiny McShine

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    Audacity. Works on Mac too.
     

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