mute wrote:I know you've got a hard-on for DDReam Studio
Edit: Another edit. I just feel like briefly explaining why ddream helps with audio-cutting so much. Once you have a song synced (like in some of the screen-shots), you can click on the beats and ddream will tell you exactly where (meaning at which seconds to .001 accuracy) they land. Then, you can go into an audio editing program (such as wavepad), select the area/times between those two beats, and delete it. If you delete sections in order from the end of the song to the beginning (so that you don't change the earlier seconds in a song), you can actually delete many sections and make a complicated cut in one shot.