Radio production software
Whether reporting, interviews, or the creation and continuous updating of recurring pieces, Edit offers a dedicated toolkit for each task. With its system of user guidance and variety of working modes, it ensures production tasks proceed swiftly and efficiently. Edit features Reporter Box for voice-over production and the simultaneous use of multiple data formats in the same project. Native integrated sound processors from the mc² mixing console series assure reference quality audio signal processing. Also included is a loudness function in accordance with EBU R128 and ATSC A/85 not only for real-time metering, but for the loudness analysis of archive material.
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