Originally Posted by ScotchBeats
You know how in Ableton you can go "multiband" to work in the guts of an audio track by ostensibly making three bus tracks, routing them all to take audio in from the original audio channel via i/o settings and then using eq'ing to really work on individual registers on a more intimate level?
I've been editing audio since 1965, and that sentence reads like it is Greek or something. I can't make heads or tails of it.
But in Samplitude, the Object editor gets pretty deep. And then you can edit on the track level. And you can have buses if you want.
Maybe if you describe what you are trying to do in a little more detail it would make sense to me. But there really aren't too many things that can't be done in Samp.
Also, check out Kraznet's Youtube channel. Very thorough and detailed explanations of how to do many, many things in Samplitude.