Plug-in hosts and other software applications discussion
- 371 posts since 25 Sep, 2002 from Chicago
For doing quick editing, i think Acoustica is great. I also have Wavelab but I often prefer the simpler user interface of Acoustica. I'm on Windows 10 and have not had any plugin problems ever.
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- 513 posts since 29 Jul, 2009 from San Diego, CA
Acoustica is awesome, so clear and intuitive. SoundOP is another hidden gem I recommend to people.
- 36 posts since 20 Jan, 2021
Thanks. SoundOP looks great. Too bad it's Windows only
- 1376 posts since 2 Sep, 2019
I will only buy software that is cross-platform. That is prerequisite #1.
THIS MUSIC HAS BEEN MIXED TO BE PLAYED LOUD SO TURN IT UP
- 6544 posts since 6 Jan, 2017 from Outer Space
I had a similar story, also ending being happy with Acoustica. My story started with Digidesigns Sounddesigner. When it was abandoned, I got on Peak, and I remember to convince the dev at the Frankfurt music fair to add that overview I was missing… After Peak went belly up, I kept returning to it though it worked less and less well with updated OS versions…
I didn‘t like Wavelab at all, and also Audacity was a pain… Finally, because I also needed some decent restoration tools, I got Acoustica and all that searching had an end…
- 1253 posts since 25 Sep, 2014 from Specific Northwest
I haven't looked at Acoustica in over a year, bu the deal killer for me was that not all of the functions were available in batch processing. Hopefully, Stian has corrected that since. Otherwise, it's definitely worth the money.
- 7604 posts since 7 Sep, 2006 from Roseville, CA
Just saw that Acoustica is 30% off for Black Friday
I've been looking for an alternative to Wavelab on Mac (something simpler, less bloated, and more stable) and somehow never really considered Acoustica. Looks like I'll be doing some demo'ing tomorrow.