Price £2.50 (with demo mode)
Requires Mac OSX 10.7+
Quick opening of audio files for destructive editing in multiple applications straight from Logic Pro.
Assign Destructive Edit Launcher as Logic Pro’s external sample editor, and every time you want to destructivly edit a file you will get a pop up choice of what application you want to use. Much faster then having to change the external sample editor in Logic Pro’s preferences every time.
Just save the edited audio file, return to Logic Pro and your changes will be there.
Auto detects installed editing apps with zero configuration.
Can pass on any format of audio file if the external editor supports it.
Logic Pro X
Supported External Audio Editors
Added Amadeus Pro to choice of Editors.
Added option to backup audio file.
Added option to show the audio file in the Finder.
Buttons are now inactive when no audio file has been sent to the app.
Fixed bug that could cause the app to freeze when update server was down.
Added “Refresh Region in Logic Pro” button to force logic to reread the selecected audio file into the region.
Added path bar to show audio file currently in use.
Enabled drag and drop support to the App Icon.
Fixed Frequent Issue with update server.
Added Editor Icons to the User Interface.
Added keyboard shortcuts for quicker app opening.
Added buttons to direct users to the websites of the Editors.
Added Sound Studio to choice of Editors.
Buttons Now listed in Alphabetical order.
Removed Audacity as it does not save files in they’re original format.
Inital Public Beta