Cool Edit Appreciation Day
Today is a monumental day because I will shed light on one of the best recording programs ever. I was first exposed to Cool Edit back in 2002 after I came back from my first stint in college. Cool Edit became the go to program for me because it is user friendly, easy to work with, and it works. I have tried to use Cubase, Cakewalk, and even Pro Tools and those programs are great to use but Cool Edit is the easiest to work with. I also find it simple to collab with people who use Cool Edit because all you have to do is compress the file and send it in an email. I would love to read your experiences with Cool Edit and other audio programs. What separates this programs from the rest?
Question for my Cool Edit users:
Is Peter Quistgard real haha?