At IU, where can I edit a sound file?

At IU, you can edit digital sound files in any of the Mac OS X or Windows Student Technology Centers (STCs) or Residential Technology Centers (RTCs). Software options include:

  • Mac OS X:
    • SoundHack
    • Pro Tools (TV 250 only)
    • Audacity
    • Garage Band
  • Windows:
    • Audacity (Click Start, and then All Programs. Select Presentations-Multimedia.)
    • Sanako Media Assistant Lite (Click Start, and then All Programs. Select Departmentally Sponsored, and then Lang.)

Other departmentally sponsored Windows programs for sound editing include Cool Edit 96 (Speech and Hearing Sciences) and Sound Forge (Education).

The Mac OS X STCs in the Music Library (third floor) also have SoundHack, digitizers, sequencers, and editors.

For information on software currently available in the STCs on various campuses, see Software Published to STC - Windows and Software Published to STC - Mac.

Instructors who need sound editing assistance for course-related materials should contact their campus teaching and learning center.

For information about STCs/computing labs on each campus, see:

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