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New Tut! Twisted Wave for Beginners Screencast Tutorial

Check out our latest Twisted Wave Tut

This tutorial screencast video will take you through the entire process of installing, configuring, recording, editing, basic effects, and saving to MP3 with the amazingly efficient Twisted Wave software.  For under $10 you'll save hours of searching the net for help and experimenting and get right down to recording your voice-over tracks.  Even if you already use Twisted Wave you're bound to learn something new that will make you glad you made the purchase.

I'm always looking for great topics to cover with our new Tuts on Demand service. If you have an idea or recommendation, and we use it for a Tut, we'll give you access to the tutorial for free!

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Reader Comments (2)

I purchased this module and the one on using TW effects. They gave me the fundamental understanding of TW and how to record and edit. I'm looking forward to more TW modules in the future. I use a Macbook and have found TW to be very easy to use.
I would like to understand if TW can be used to record a music track, a voice track and add effects to create a final production for a client if one was asked to do so? thanks.

April 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBill Cleveland

Bill, thanks for the kind words! I have plans to create more tutorials. Please do let us know if there are any specific tutorials you would like to see.
Twisted Wave is not capable of mixing in music over dialogue, since it is just an editor. For that you could just use Garageband. Take your finished file and import it into a Garageband project and add your music there.


April 27, 2011 | Registered CommenterGeorge Whittam

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