Edison v2.2.23
by Image Line
(Image Line Website)
Owned by user Stacey

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Operating System: Windows 7/Vista/XP
File Size: 17.5 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
Price: USD 99
License Conditions:

Registration: US$99.0

System Requirements:

VST host application.

Last Updated: 2014-03-14
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Software Description

Edison is a wave recorder/editor. It's a fully host-integrated audio editing and recording tool that loads into any VST compatible effects location and will then record or play audio from that position. You may load as many instances of edison as you desire, in any number of mixer tracks or effects locations.

Features:

  • Optimized for sampler use (sampler region, seamless looping).
  • Drumloop slicing (auto-slicing, slice manipulation).
  • Quick drag&drop support (between instances or to your sequencer/other plugins).
  • Various recording modes (start/stop with host, on audio input, can also work as transparent audio logger).
  • Time manipulation (time stretching/pitch shifting, scratching).
  • Effects: convolution reverb, blur, linear-phase equalization, ...
  • High-quality resampling.
  • The smoothest spectral analysis display.
  • Click-free editing.
  • Full undo history.
  • Intuitive editing with key feature tool-buttons.
  • (Pascal) scripted manipulation of waveforms.
  • Control surface support (FL Studio 8 version).



Related Recording Equipment:
Affordable USB Mics

New in v1.1.23

  • Updated standalone version
  • Bugfix for freezing when trying to record in 64bit in demo mode
  • Bugfix for crash related to plugin editors in Reaper x64
  • Bugfix for loading in Reaper x64
  • Bugfix for demo noise crash (mainly x64)
  • Bugfix for continuous underruns

New in v2.2.10

  • Now also in 64 Bit format

New in v2.2.3

  • Fixed bug loading settings back.
  • Fixed editor behavior in some 64bit hosts.
  • Updated to reflect changes in FL Studio 10 versions.
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