Sound Editing on the Sonogram
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Sound editing applications commonly use a waveform display to graphically represent a sound signal. This representation not only conveys little information relevant to sound design, it also severely limits the ways in which the user can interact with the sound. By placing the sonogram at the center, AudioSculpt provides a more intuitive and insightful visualization, while at the same time allowing new ways of interacting with the sound's content, such as copy/paste of parts of the spectrum.