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    Sonar 3.0 audio editor?

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    Hi -
    Do most of you guys use an external audio editor like Soundforge, CEP or Wavelab on your Sonar 3.0 tracks?

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    I use SoundForge
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    Yes. They certainly make editing an individual wav file easier. The three I have tried and use most frequently are Cool Edit (now Adobe Audition or something like that), WavLab and Sound Forge. They are all good, come with various effects and are pretty easy to use.

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    I used Soundforge (older version) and later Wavelab. Have not used it for some time though as I found I can do most things in Sonar with plug-ins, without destructive editing.

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    I use wavelab 4. God I love that program!

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    I recently bought Sonar 3.0 and am so used to CEP, I figure I'll probably stick with CEP for my wav editing.
    But I was wondering if anyone used Sonar as an all-in-one app.
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    After much deliberation, I went for Wavelab 4.0 a while ago. It's handy for more in depth editing. The cool thing is, you can select a portion of audio in Sonar, then go up to tools and select wavelab, and it'll open up the selected clip in wavelab. Make whatever changes, save the file, and bingo, reloads right into sonar. You can use Soundforge or basically any other editor in the same way, right within Sonar.

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    I've heard a lot about WaveLab.
    How does it compare with Soundforge and CEP?
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    Originally posted by lost studios
    I use wavelab 4. God I love that program!
    Ditto - with a capital D. Great program!

    I record and mix in Sonar. Use Wavelab for audio editing, mastering and CD burning.

    I've also used Sound Forge, and while it's OK, Wavelab is superior IMHO (and more expensive).

    Haven't used CEP.

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    Re: Sonar 3.0 audio editor?

    Originally posted by Mountainmirrors
    Hi -
    Do most of you guys use an external audio editor like Soundforge, CEP or Wavelab on your Sonar 3.0 tracks?

    Thanks!
    I use Soundforge 7.0...

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