A voice actor, I’ve been using Adobe Audition to record and edit my audio. Very basic stuff: mono files for spoken word only. But I am shopping for a new DAW and I believe it will be WaveLab Pro 9 (for Mac). But I’m not yet sure.
One of the features of Adobe Audition that I use quite often allows me to manually create regions (or, as Adobe calls them, "subclips’), where segments of the waveform are selected and enclosed within two markers; one that identifies the beginning and the other that identifies the end of the region. These regions show in a window, where I can name them. After all the regions have been created and named, Audition allows me to export those regions as mp3 (or other file formats), leaving the original recording as-is.
To me, this process seems very similar to that which might be used to create the individual tracks (songs) for a compact disc, except that the tracks are exported as individual files and nothing more.
From what I was able to read on the website and in the user manual, it appears that WaveLab will allow me to create regions and export them as I described. But I need to be 100% certain before I buy the software.
Can someone please confirm whether WaveLab Pro 9 for Mac will allow me to do this?