Welcome, and I hope you can find some software to solve
John Murphy wrote:
> I don't know of anything on another platform which does it either.
> 2) Compile a 'play list' of regions to be played, while displaying
IIUC, you want a simple database with a few fields or tags for each
region, and the database would cover multiple large WAV files.
And then to be able to search on certain fields, and combine the results
into a playlist.
> That's it really, although I have some particular demands for controls
Well, you might as well mention these requirements, too.
Otherwise how will your angel coder know to whip them up for you!
> I think it needs writing, if it is not already written. Anyone know
Depends, how user friendly are you expecting this software
> Functionally; it would be a bit like a DVD authoring application and
> I don't have time to learn programming, but I do try to support those
Learning to program doesn't take long, but actually writing
the stuff you want written and then getting it to work as
expected may take a while. :-)
> Any advice would be most appreciated, thanks.
How many WAV files and how many regions are you
talking about? Some UIs will have limitations
on how much can be easily displayed or browsed.
Finally, I think it will make a difference whether you
have a budget, or you are looking for an entirely
"free software" solution.
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