TwistedWave has been updated to v1.8. The main new features are the availability of a 64-bit version, automatically splitting a sound file by detecting silences, and the ability to export iPhone ringtone files.
TwistedWave 64 bit
With Mac OS 10.6, Apple has completed the transition to 64-bit computing, and it is time for TwistedWave to jump on the bandwagon. By going 64 bit, TwistedWave benefits from the ability to use a lot more memory and deliver faster performance.
Using 32-bit Audio Units is possible
TwistedWave 64 incorporates a new technology that makes it able to load 32- and 64-bit Audio Units transparently. You will not even have to know you are running a 32-bit Audio Unit with TwistedWave 64.
If manually cutting a long file into many different parts, and saving them as individual files looks like a big waste of your time, you will be happy to use the silence detector built in TwistedWave that allows you to do exactly that.
In just a few steps, you can detect the silences, name the different parts and export as individual files.
Changes in v1.8
- Automatically split a sound file by detecting silences.
- A 64-bit version is available.
- Exporting iPhone ringtone files.
- Setting a default zoom when opening documents.
- Editing the selection by dragging its edges.
- Option to keep the processing tail when applying an effect stack.
- Once an effect stack was applied, it becomes bypassed.
- The sound level could be reduced when using the "Change Pitch and Speed" effect.
- Recording or playing could stop working if an audio device is unplugged/replugged, or when the computer goes to sleep.
- Auto extend to crossing didn't work when playing audio.
- Saving 8bit aiff files was broken.
- Reading markers would fail for certain WAV files.
- Importing markers was broken.