There's also Emagic's Logic, Mark of the Unicorn's (MOTU) Digital Performer and Cakewalk's Metro. They all use the Mac's built in Sound Manager capability. Metro is probably the simplest program, then Performer, then Logic. I don't know if you need sequencing and editing, just editing or just sequencing but all three programs do sequencing and audio editing really well.
Originally posted by torsig:
Hello, I'd like to know if there are any good Multitrack editors for Mac available that doesn't need extra hardware. That is, software that works with the internal soundsystem of my Mac G3 266 MHz (beige).
I've heard about the following but I don't know much about them:
- Bias: Deck (the same people who make Peak)
- Protools LE
- Protools Native ???
- Cubase VST?
Are there any others.