I have tried it and went back to Izotope RX because I liked the ability
to work in either a waveform on the screen or a Spectral display. More
often than not, I will use a blend of the two.
I have been a Sound Forge & Vegas user at the home studio since version
3. I'm also proficient with Adobe Audition, Abelton Live, Pro Tools,
Pyramix & Sonic Solutions. Ardour & Logic Pro to a lesser extent. Like
yourself, I own and use a fair amount of Magix software. Now that Magix
has bought the Sound Forge product line, a lot of what I use is from one
Obviously, I didn't buy SpectraLayers.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 12/22/2016 9:51 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
> Has anyone played with SpectraLayers?
> The Sound-on-Sound review back in 2012 was "good start," but neither
> iZotope RX nor Lightroom were as polished in 2012 than they are in 2016.
> Magix is running a sale for $249 for Spectralayers that ends December
> I have iZotope RX and use it frequently. Do you think Spectralayers
> would add anything really useful in attacking certain TBD issues?
> I doubt I'll use it to create sounds (though my son the musician might
> have some fun with it).