PC Audio Editing is an essential guide for anyone wishing to make audio productions for use as recordings, or for broadcast, using a Windows PC and material acquired both in the studio and via portable equipment. Even those experienced with editing and mixing using quarter inch tape can find the change to editing audio visually on a PC daunting. The author explains all the basic principles of this new technology and the skills you need to use it successfully, without assuming prior knowledge of the system, in a practical and straightforward manner.This second edition introduces the reader to the new advances in the latest version of Cool Edit Pro, 2.0. The programme has been packed full of features from CD burning to MP3 streaming, all of which are covered in this juicy reference. The accompanying free CD-ROM is supplied by Syntrillium Software Corporation. It contains demos and tutorials of the latest version showing off all the new features and the new flashy software design.
About the Author
An audio and broadcast consultant he is regularly involved in audio production. He teaches courses on radio production, music technology and sound recording at the City of Bristol College and has lectured in Rotterdam, trained University of Wales Broadcast Journalism students and BBC producers and current affairs journalists in London and Bristol. He worked at the BBC for 25 years as a technician, producer, reporter, manager and trainer.