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  • Scrolling display
  • Two band EQ on each track
  • Sync points within segments
  • Accurate trigger sync


  • The windows don’t tile neatly even on a large screen.
  • No audio scrub.
  • Slightly sluggish in response to mouse commands.
  • Requires 16 megabytes of RAM.


Very capable and adequately polished for new software (and it is new, even if it does claim to be version 2.0). Some details need improving but it will do useful work from day one.

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By David Mellor Thursday January 1, 2004
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