SpectraLayers

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SpectraLayers
SpectraLayers screenshot.jpg
SpectraLayers screenshot
Original author(s) Divide Frame
Developer(s) Sony Creative Software
Operating system Mac OS X
Microsoft Windows
Type Digital audio editor
License Proprietary
Website Sony SpectraLayers: Product page

Sony SpectraLayers (formerly known as Divide Frame Spectral Layers) is a digital audio editing suite published by Sony Creative Software,[1] designed for advanced audio spectrum editing and aimed at the professional and semi-professional markets.

Overview[edit]

SpectraLayers is an advanced audio spectrum editor which allows extraction of sounds, audio restoration and creative sound design through the use of a spectral view. Its interface is similar to a picture editor.

Features[edit]

  • 32 bit float processing
  • Realtime spectrum transforms
  • Realtime 3D display
  • Level zebra display
  • Non-destructive layers and history system
  • High quality resampling

Spectral tools[edit]

  • Infos tools (sampler, graph)
  • Extract tools (area, frequency, harmonics, noise)
  • Modify tools (amplify, clone stamp, erase)
  • Draw tools (frequency, harmonics, noise)

Spectral filters[edit]

  • Generate (frequency, noise)
  • IO (external wave editor, VST effects)
  • Mix (channels, level/gamma/offset)
  • Peaks (expand)

Supported formats[edit]

  • AAC
  • AIFF
  • Apple Core Audio Format (.caf)
  • Apple Lossless (.alac)
  • FLAC
  • MP3
  • RAW/PCM
  • Real Media (.rm)
  • Sun (.au, .snd)
  • Video (AVI, MXF, MP1, MP2, MP4, MKV, Quicktime, .vob, .wmv)
  • Ogg Vorbis
  • Wave
  • WMA

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sony Showcases New Technology at NAB

External links[edit]