Using DSP Quattro

29 Jun 2006

My audio production application is DSP Quattro. I chose this over Sound Studio, which is pretty nice, because it seemed just a little bit more capable and flexible, and seemed like it would help me edit a bit better. I have to admit I was also taken in by the “scrubber” that lets me play audio backwards and forwards or fast and slow; it is a little bit like using a jog/shuttle wheel on a traditional video editing deck.

DSP Quattro is giving me a few pains, though. I need to get in touch with the makers and try to determine which of these are bugs and which are features I don’t understand.

If you’re an expert on DSP Quattro, I’d love to hear from you. Otherwise I’ll be hunting for some other forum where I can get some assistance with these issues.

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