In the infant days of digital audio I used to brag I caould get way 
more than 44,100 choices of edit points per second... But that was 
braggadocio. I never counted, But used to do many thousands of edits in 
audiobooks, where the producer wanted them to be literally perfect as 
far as mouth noises and breaths and timing went... Much more critical 
than radio (but not more than commercials! But I am allergic to 


Lou Judson  Intuitive Audio

On Mar 11, 2006, at 7:12 AM, Marie Azile O'Connell wrote:

> There was something comforting about editing the 'old' way.  I used to 
> love
> moving both reels back and forth to get the exact position, mark it, 
> cut and
> splice, and have it as perfect as can be.  But, I love a challenge!  
> The
> learning curve was digital, and it did take longer, and at times I 
> would
> despair!  But, 'seeing' the waveform was so cool, and after a while 
> that came
> easy to do.  I almost feel like I am cheating.  Progress......
> Cheers