It would appear that on Sep 15, Davy Durham did say:
> Actually, the style editor you're looking for to do something like this
> is called "non-destructive
> editing" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-destructive_editing not a
> terribly helpful link) or "non-linear
> editing" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-linear_editing).
> There is a fine piece of free software called Audacity
> (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) which will do what you're looking for
> much more easily than ReZound. I might, one day, add an editing mode
> that works in a similar manner. But for now, I would suggest using it
> for this particular operation.
> Hope this helps./
Yes & no... If my lady catches me trying to figure out yet another new
piece of software this month I'll suddenly have more time to play on my
pc... That is AFTER I wire the doghouse up with power & broadband...
For now I think my sister will have to settle for what I already did
But I appreciate the tip on the terminology, the links, and the clue as
to a good sound editor to try it with. <sigh> But I kinda LIKE rezound.
So I think I'll still find a use for it every now and again. I'll try not
to bug you with to many stupid questions, but don't be surprised If I do
ask one every now and again...
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