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Choosing and Using Audio and Music Software by Mike Collins

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11 Prosoniq sonicWORX

Introduction

Prosoniq’s sonicWORX is marketed as Desktop Audio Editing/DSP Processing software. It works well as a waveform editor for sound design, and it has first-rate digital signal processing built in.

There are actually three versions of the software: sonicWORX Artist, a ‘special effects’ version that doesn’t support VST plug-ins but contains tons of unique special effects; the more advanced sonicWORX Studio, aimed at mastering and post production; and sonicWORX PowerBundle, which contains both Artist and Studio. Both Studio and PowerBundle versions of sonicWORX can load VST plug-ins, and all versions use Prosoniq’s Neural Network technology to provide a wide range of proprietary audio signal processing features – ...

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