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Old 19th February 2019
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Originally Posted by zamproject View Post
For sure a spectrogram editing is destructive and need to be made at the soundfile, still my guess is that if they put effort in an algorithm to visualise audio in a spectrogram manner, editing should be on the agenda...and will be great !!!

I think Izotope software allows you to do non-detructive editing in a spectrogram view. My understanding is that you can only view one or two channels at a time, there is long latency, and big CPU overhead.

Anything is possible in the future!

I do dialog editing every day. The first thing I noticed with DP10 is when I drag a soundbite in the Sequence editor, the waveform stays visible as I drag. Seems like a small thing but it made an immediate difference to my workflow.