[macvoiceover] Re: Questions about GarageBand

Actualy I use amadeus pro to do all of that wwork. Granted spliting the file by 
marker which I believe is the only option names the split files accoridn g to 
the markers but it is doable.

You can filter and do all of that stuff in amadeus.

Good luck.
On Oct 23, 2010, at 11:01 AM, Michael Busboom wrote:

> Greetings to all of you,
> 
> In the next couple of months, I will need to be doing a lot of sound editing. 
>  While I am quite proficient with Sound Forge running under Windows, I want 
> to continue migrating more and more tasks to the Mac.  So here are some 
> questions, and thanks so much in advance for any and all feedback.
> 
> 1.  I will be recording all of the presentations for a conference of the 
> European Blind Union which will take place here in Vienna from November 
> 11-14.  Would GarageBand allow me to comfortably edit these large MP3 files 
> that each presentation will require?
> 
> 2.  I may need to leave the recording equipment unattended for several hours 
> at a time, thus producing very large files.  Since I am a presenter, I won't 
> always be able to leave the main conference auditorium to turn off the 
> recording equipment after each presentation.  Will GarageBand let me split 
> larger files into smaller ones without introducing too much degradation in 
> the quality of the recordings?  I assume that this is possible, but I just 
> want to make sure.
> 
> 3.  I am somewhat concerned about AC hum in the recordings.  Does GarageBand 
> have filtering tools which might help allay this concern?
> 
> 4.  Since I am already somewhat familiar with sound-editng software, albeit 
> the Windows flavor, how steep a learning curve will there be before I can 
> undertake a project of this magnitude? 
> 
> 5.  Finally, where can one purchase GarageBand, and how much does it cost?
> 
> Thanks so much,
> 
> Mike
> 
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