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Audio Editing Software

Hello everybody,

I have worked many years with Peak Bias. Unfortunately now this software doesn't exist anymore, it had excellent tools, the one I mostly regret allowed to automatically create regions through a threshold (set by milliseconds and dB) and automatically export them progressively numbering the filename. Since Peak hasn't been produced anymore I have searched this is a function in many softwares, without success. Maybe someone of you can suggest me an editing software including this feature?

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audiokid Tue, 10/25/2022 - 10:49

Pretty much all professional audio editing programs (DAW's) have the basic things we need but the names of some things these programs do may be called something different to what you are searching for.

What do your specifically require Bias Peak to do for you?

Gpp Wed, 10/26/2022 - 08:10

audiokid wrote:

Pretty much all professional audio editing programs (DAW's) have the basic things we need but the names of some things these programs do may be called something different to what you are searching for.

What do your specifically require Bias Peak to do for you?

Thank you for your answer.

From the Peak manual:

"Threshold

The Threshold command allows you to split up an audio document into its component parts by analyzing the amplitude levels in the audio document and setting a cutoff or threshold amplitude. For instance, you might use the Threshold command on an audio document that contains successive notes from a musical instrument to split them up, or on a drum loop to break it up into its component parts. You can save the segments with Markers, or as Regions. "

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