Seemingly cooked up in the Law and Order squad room comes Spectral Layers, a Photoshop-inspired audio editing software from Divide Frame. The visual tool allows users to isolate, enhance and chop sounds using multiple layers and channels — giving them complete control over individual voices, instruments and background noises. The whole process takes place within a 3D real-time display with commands reminiscent of the tried and true photo correcting staple. The software will set you back $695 for a single Mac or PC download, or $2199 for multiple licenses — a small price to pay for musicians, sound junkies or Benson and Stabler wannabes. Check out the video after the break.
Spectral Layers takes a cue from Photoshop, offers visual audio editing originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 13 Dec 2011 22:26:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.