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Posted 11 November 2012 - 09:26 AM
Top of the game: ProTools 10. Should go for about 700 USD if I'm not mistaken. This is a hollywood-level solution.
But you can do wonders with Adobe Audition CS6 or Nuendo 5.5 as well, which are about half that price.
Have you done sound editing before? I'm just asking because it seems like you are about to go on this task yourself and sound design is a very specific area and requires a lot of skill and experience.
Edited by nsmadsen, 11 November 2012 - 09:28 AM.
Posted 15 November 2012 - 03:51 PM
Hi Nate. I agree on the Nuendo; the one I saw must've been a 'LE edition' that costed less.
Uh... Nuendo is a great deal more than $700. You can usually pick that up for about $1,700 or so but it's MSRP is around $2,400. http://www.sweetwate...detail/Nuendo5/ Perhaps you're mistaking Pro Tools HD versions, which can go up to $20K depending on the card set up you use.
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