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Software Review by efesar
Friday July 19, 2002


Cool Edit Pro is one of the most highly capable multi-trackers/wave editors in the industry. There are a ton of new features compared to the previous release (1.3) that deal with MIDI syncs, AVI soundtrack editing and MP3 encoding. However, in this article I will only deal with the wave editing and multi-tracking abilities of this gargantuan tool.

First and foremost I want to say that Cool Edit has always been my favorite wave editing/multi-tracking tool since I first bought Cool Edit 96 for $50. Although CEP 2.0 is cheaper than the 1.x series ($250 retail), I can't afford a retail version at this time so I'm using a time-limited evaluation version (21 days).

From here on out I will refer to Cool Edit Pro as CEP. Syntrillium makes CEP.

When I say the word "session" I am actually referring to a multi-track project. You can think of it as your "song."

Cool Edit Pro is designed to run on Windows XP, but it seems to run on Windows 98SE just fine.
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