Monday, November 28, 2011

What I've learned from cooking eggs...

Cooking eggs is very simple but also allows a little creativity. A little butter, tomatoes, some sour cream and three eggs just seem to go well together. It's easy to make and you don't have to wait too long until you gain the satisfaction of a delicious meal. If everything was only that easy.

I recently did a recording using TwistedWave, an audio editor for the Mac. Like the aforementioned eggs, TwistedWave is easy to use and the process is fast from recording to finished product.

When I first got the MBox a few years ago, ProTools LE was the packaged software. It was usable and I did all my recordings with it but editing was always a little bit of a chore. A couple VO people recommended TwistedWave and, now that I've actually used it for a job, it's a great piece of software. TwistedWave also processes audio much faster than ProTools, works fine with Lion and editing went so much faster. I was happy and, more importantly, the client was happy.

I was concerned that it might not work well with the MBox but it recognized the device and I was off and running. Editing went much more smoothly and no more bouncing! Did I mention the client was happy? Welcome to my VO toolbox, TwistedWave.

Now, where did I put those eggs?

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