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#1 hoshino   Members   

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Posted 27 May 2000 - 10:18 AM

Is there any good and FREE software to edit wav sounds. OK. If it isn''t free at least not so expensive. Thanks for the attention.

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Posted 27 May 2000 - 11:12 AM

Hey,

Im not sure about the "good" part of this software, but its "free" (if you bought Windows, that is ) : Maybe you can edit your Wave files with Window''s Sound Recorder (Im not sure whats exactly the name of it, but look under Start->Programs->Acessories->Entertainment. It all depends on what do you want to do with the file. If it is just cut part of it and save to a separate file, I believe you can use it. Anything more complex, probably not.

Cya,
-RoTTer

#3 Marcuz   Members   

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Posted 28 May 2000 - 11:12 PM

Hey

You should definetly download Cool Edit 2000!. it''s shareware, but you can do the most essential stuff (i think) with it anyway. you''ll find it at:
www.maz-sound.com

Good luck


/ Marcus Knudsen /MDM

Game music composer

www.mp3.com/marcuz

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