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I think ReZound should support multi track edit.
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I'll assume by mutitrack editing you mean along the lines of
audacity's or Adobe premier's way of doing things.
I agree.... I have some ideas about it which I have written
down (some in the TODOs and some on just stuff lying around)
This I do want to support in addition to the current user
interface where the multitrack layout would an addition.
It will probably be a little while before I support this as
I have some more fundamental stuff to finish up like preview
actions and more actions and GUI friendliness things..
Anyway, I'll take your comment as a note to be more sure
that I do want to eventually have that functionality.
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I was unpleasantly surprised that his feature, which at
first glampse was the most important to me had the least
Sorry.. Its just that audacity already does a good job of
this so I'm going to try to make something that is useful in
other ways first. THEN, I'll go back and support multitrack
editing as I do feel it is nice when that feature is
seemlessly implemented with what's already there.
Multitrack editing and recording would be very nice feature. I
do most of my music by recording tracks as audio. I have
recently used Ardour for that purpose after using Windows
programs for that purpose a long time.
Rezound looks promising and adding the features such as
found from the Logic Audio and Cakewalk Sonar, would be
And also please add midi tracks... To be able to compete with
Logic or Sonar, the program should be able to do both.
Actually a perfect music program would be all in one system
that would be combined of the functionality of Sonar, Logic,
Cubase SX and Stenberg Wavelab and Cooledit. If Rezound
could have those all functions in one and would be rock
solid and stable, it would be a perfect music making software
and I wouldn't ever need to use Windows again.
And about Audacity, Audacity is far from what I want
a multitracker to be. Look at Logic Audio 6 Platinum for
example instead to see a reference.
Audacity does a good job? Hardly! It lacks even basic funktionality like
crossfading between tracks.
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I like the idea of a multitrack rezound, it has all the potentiallity, specially
thinking on the actions routing and the multichannel. It has the elements
right inside, only lacks the mixing :) (sorry, I'm not a programmer, probably
it is a bunch of work to do it, but I think it worth)
.. actually the interface is the hard part ..