Editing In Pro Tools Made Easier

Recorditor lets you mark good and bad takes during recording then performs your edits      26/09/17

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Quiet Art has released Recorditor which they say is designed for anyone who ever wished they could edit what they were recording while they were recording. Here's the story in their own words...

Recorditor allows you to mark good and bad takes during a recording in sync with your timeline, and then it performs your edit decisions automatically.

No more scribbling notes on scripts and then going through tedious edit sessions sifting through takes.

Recorditor is designed to assist in scripted wild narration and dialog recording sessions such as animation dialog, audio books, IVR prompts, text to speech applications, or any other recording session that needs tidying up.

Once you set up your mic positions and levels on your outboard gear, there isn't much else to do during a long recording session, except for dreading the editing time it will require!

With Recorditor, you can use this time wisely by live-editing the takes using only two keys on your keyboard.

  • Left Arrow: Bad
  • Right Arrow: Good


You can write comments / notes for each take, or even change your mind about the take after dropping the marker. It will save you hours of editing time on day one.

Pricing and Availability:
$99

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