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Im looking for any old versions of CoolEdit 2000. If you have it please email it to me RainMusicJA@CS.com

Thanks,
Jeremy

CoolEdit 2000 Trial/Demo version:
http://www.ticino.com/drivers/software/win...ia/CE2KMAIN.EXE (http://www.ticino.com/drivers/software/windows/multimedia/CE2KMAIN.EXE)
or
ftp://ftp.uni-konstanz.de/pub/local/soft/...32/ce2kmain.exe (ftp://ftp.uni-konstanz.de/pub/local/soft/win32/ce2kmain.exe)
or
http://www.ucalgary.ca/~bfjohnso/software/ce2kmain.exe

About Cool Edit

The disadvantage with Cool Edit 2000 and later versions is that the ”save function” expires after 30 days and you have to register the program.
There is a very old shareware version of Cool Edit from 1996, Cool Edit 1.53. The limitations in this version is that it is only possible to choose 2 functions at a time (like the current versions), in reality the save function and one of the other options. Then the program must be restarted. This very small program has the most important functions of the modern versions of Cool Edit, e.g. normalize, noise reduction, zooming, recording and much more.
In this shareware the save function doesn’t expire, you can use it as long as you wish and it can be run on older computers. I used this program earlier.

Here are some links
ftp://195.113.144.229/MultiMedia/Video-TV...ows/cool153.zip (ftp://195.113.144.229/MultiMedia/Video-TV/mpeg/util/windows/cool153.zip)
ftp://194.119.128.137/pub/win16bit/non_in...dit/cool153.zip (ftp://194.119.128.137/pub/win16bit/non_internet/audio/cooledit/cool153.zip)
ftp://ftp.externet.hu/pub/mirror/sac/sound/cool153.zip
ftp://papa.indstate.edu/winsock-l/WWW-Bro...ers/cool153.zip (ftp://papa.indstate.edu/winsock-l/WWW-Browsers/Players/cool153.zip)
http://sunsite.rediris.es/mirror/winsock-l...ers/cool153.zip (http://sunsite.rediris.es/mirror/winsock-l/WWW-Browsers/Players/cool153.zip)

I didn't know that. I still use CoolEdit 2002 (unregistered and the save/mp3 function had expired).

Do to one of the built-in features of CoolEdit, it is POSSIBLE to use ALL features at anytime, no matter which 2 functions you have enabled.
Years back when I used CoolEdit 1.5x, I got tired of just the 2 functions. If I wanted to record, that was a function, plus SAVE was an function, but I needed to save my work, re-open CoolEdit, pick the other 2 functions, then work on it, it was a pain, So, I looked at all the options of CoolEdit, and discovered that the scripting mode, allowed one to record ANY function.

So I made scripts for each function, shut down CoolEdit, then loaded it back with 2 diferent functions again, made more scripts, saved it and reloaded with 2 more options. After a while I had saved every single function that is disabled on start-up, and could now be used regardless of the 2 functions one picked at load time.

Basically CoolEdits own ability's, turned a shareware verison into a full version. Now thats one big plus of CoolEdit's old versions. You are still using the shareware version, (and staying legal), and the functions are still disabled in the drop down list, but if you pick and run a script. it can do and permit access to those functions that are not enabled at start-up. Ofcourse this is not as simple as if you purchase the full version, but I dont think the old version can still be purchased.
I find the old version great for beginners of digitial editing, do to the speed and simplicity.

no use in using-its been discntinued by the new owners Adobe-now its pro version is called Audition and is $100

Originally posted by aafuss@Aug 30 2003, 12:03 AM
no use in using-its been discntinued by the new owners Adobe-now its pro version is called Audition and is $100
I would guess that would be a very GOOD reason to use a product, since it has been discontinued. Just because a product is discontinued does not make the software title useless, and not worth using. Lots of people on this forum ask for Wordperfect for DOS, thats discontinued.
If you are saying this because there will no longer be tech support. i dont base using a product on tech support since i have never had to ask for tech support for an application. Programs are not too dificult to figure out. Cool Edit is not hard to use at all. if you can not figure it out, then don't use it and use something else.

But your comment goes against the whole idea of this site. Which is to find old software no longer supported by the creators. Cool Edit is a perfect example of a title no longer even under the same author, which was sole creator named David "something", then he created Syntrillium then he sold it to Adobe or was bought out or whatever. I guess Adobe fills the pressure of needing a good audio app to add to its collection now. Thats ok if they will no longer keep it under development since there is always Two Tone's - "Cakewalk", or the Free "Audacity" or Sonic Foundry's - "Sound Forge" or Digidesign's - "Pro Tools", the no longer developed "SAW PRO" and alot more titles.

Someone please tell me where I can find these, and if you actually have them, please post them here on the board...

Hello
Have you read & understood the pinned topic.
If you have trouble with it please explain, thanks
Pinned: How To Request An App (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=1585)
please read before posting requests
--------------------------------
BIG
BLUE If you don't like those kinds of thrills wait until the software is "out of" beta.

As GoSlow has noted, please read the pinned topic, as it will benefit you and us; the ones that seek files, on finding and fulfilling your requests.



Originally posted by Cool Edit Pro is now Adobe Audition@ http://www.adobe.com/special/products/audi...yntrillium.html
Adobe Systems Incorporated acquired the technology assets of Syntrillium Software in May 2003. On August 18th, 2003 Adobe released a rebranded version of Cool Edit Pro 2.1 as Adobe Audition software. (http://www.adobe.com/products/audition/main.html)


Cool Edit 96 beta2 (ftp://ftp.ac-amiens.fr/pub/Pc_Win95/Musique-w95/cedit96.zip) (1.5megs)
Cool Edit 2000 1.0 build 2374 (7.7megs)
ftp://ftp.kiarchive.ru/pub/.1/windows/sou...nd/ce2kmain.exe (ftp://ftp.kiarchive.ru/pub/.1/windows/sound/ce2kmain.exe)
Cool Edit 2000 v1.1 (8.2megs)
http://tucows.uol.com.br/files2/ce2kmain.exe
http://dsn-tud.tucows.com/files2/ce2kmain.exe
http://www.uni-konstanz.de/RZ/Spez/Softwar...95/ce2kmain.exe (http://www.uni-konstanz.de/RZ/Spez/Software/Win95/ce2kmain.exe)
3rd party Plug-ins Cool Edit Ogg Vorbis File Filter
http://www.vuplayer.com/files/cooledit_ogg.zip
Doline,DeClip,FindClick
http://www.angelfire.com/music2/etchet0m/s...eplug/#download (http://www.angelfire.com/music2/etchet0m/sw/ceplug/#download)
AutoBPM for Cool Edit plugin
http://www.pyramidedata.dk/autobpm4ce.html
ClickFix for Adobe Audition & Cooledit 2000/Pro is a click and pop filter plug-in
http://www.jdklein.com/clickfix/

you might want to also check out the other audio editors posted here
http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...6&hl=audiosuite (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=1496&hl=audiosuite)

ilikenwf,,,doh,,,i dont wanna lo
sorry, i have read that before...i need a copy of the cool edit 2000 plugin tweakin' toys. It is originally made by the now dead syntrillum, and its purpose is:


Tweakin' Toys adds four powerful effects to Cool Edit 2000. Look in the Transform menu under Amplitude for the Hard Limiter. Use it to make your audio as "loud" as it can be without clipping. Try the Pan/Expander when you want to widen your stereo field or pan a stereo file. You'll find the Pitch Bender in the Time/Pitch section-- use it to speed up or slow down your audio. In the "Special" section, Convolution uses impulses recorded in real acoustic spaces to make your audio sound as though it's really in that space!



and since the company is dead, would it be okay and legal to reqest a crack? (you cannot purchase this anymore)...if not, sorry, but i think it might just be okay...

ilikenwf (forgot to log in again
Nevermind! Found all of the plugins on this Brit's website:

http://www.tft-bbs.co.uk/Software/Audio%20...02000/Plug-Ins/ (http://www.tft-bbs.co.uk/Software/Audio%20&%20Video/Recorders%20And%20Editors/Cool%20Edit%202000/Plug-Ins/)

Originally posted by ilikenwf@,,doh,,,i dont wanna lo,Dec 8 2003, 12:04 AM
and since the company is dead, would it be okay and legal to reqest a crack? (you cannot purchase this anymore)...if not, sorry, but i think it might just be okay...
No it would not be OK to request a crack, for a couple of reason's. One being the DCMA, which even if it were OK to crack a piece of software, simply using the tools to bypass the protection is illegal. - this is why DVD's are illegal to copy, even though you have; had a right to a backup copy which is legal under the Fair-Use Law, you can only copy the DVD by decrypting the protection scheme, which is made illegal under the DCMA.
The other reason this is not ok, is that even with the company "dead" as you state, Syntrillium's Cool Edit is a copyrighted title. Therefore someone owns the copyright, and will want to be paid. and then there is Adobe, who now acquired the technology assests, which will most likely make them the new holders of the copyrights, and they will enforce the law to potect their property.
So there is no legal way to use the software without purchasing it.
Then there is the fact that this board is not a warez site, only shareware & freeware, which is legal to host and offer.

Cool Edit versions... from 1.5 ....

try searching the forum before you post, and then read the pinned topic, right there on the front of the request board. if you dont know how to make a request
Since this has been asked before, it would have been nice if you had searched for a previous posting before starting another thread.
http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...26&hl=cool+edit (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=626&hl=cool+edit)
http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...hlite=cool+edit (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=Search&CODE=show&searchid=282379354543e74d9c0d8b1ae6550750&search_in=posts&result_type=topics&highlite=cool+edit)
Various, Shareware & Freeware audio editing titles from previous threads (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=Search&CODE=show&searchid=421f7a09e9f1e17974be0c426855bd30&search_in=posts&result_type=topics&highlite=audacity)

I love using CoolEdit 2000, so much so that I bought it. Now, because Syntrillium was acquired by Adobe and desolved there is no way to get regirtrations for it. However, I have this .ece file in another computer and as soonas I get it up and running again I will attach it to a message here and you all can remove the nags and not-functions that occur with this wonderful program. I hate Adobe for desolving Syntrillium like they did, and I look for every opportunity to burn they ass. If anyone can give any assistance to that I would be greatful. ICQ35214380

rambskin

P.S. I will be getting back into my other computer as soon as I get back to Texas! ;)

Originally posted by rambskin@May 11 2004, 09:50 AM
However, I have this .ece file in another computer and as soonas I get it up and running again I will attach it to a message here and you all can remove the nags and not-functions that occur with this wonderful program.
Sorry, but that would be illegal. This is not a site which condones or supports such activities.
If a user finds Cool Edit to be useful. It can be used as-is, or one can find a replacement, such as the free editor; Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/)

i love cool edit. i still use ce96 all the time. the only thing it really lacks is the ability to save to much of anything useful besides wav. but with the abundance of wav to whatever encoders, this isnt that bad of a limitation. and 96 is far faster than the newer ones which started to become what i like to refer to as interface-hogs. anyway i would love to see 96 and any other old cool edit versoins supported here.

Hello,

I am looking for an old version of Cool Edit by Syntrillium.

technician@gmail.com

related; Audio Editors
Dexter (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=1936&hl=audacity)
Wave Purity (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=1823&hl=wave+purity)
More Shareware & Freeware Audio Editing Titles (http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?act=ST&f=3&t=1496&hl=audacity)

topics merged


Originally posted by Eric@Nov 22 2004, 06:55 PM
yeah

i cant find it :(
If you searched before posting, then this thread would have appeared for you to find what your looking for. You started a new thread, did not read the Howto request - which would have clued you into searching. But here is the existing Cool Edit thread. See if any of the links work.

I tried to send this to the submit email address, but it was rejected, so I'll just post it here:

An old audio editing program called Cool Edit has been bought up by Adobe and converted to Adobe Audition (and increased even more in price). I just found a copy of one of the old shareware (crippleware) versions here:

http://www.sonicspot.com/cooledit/cooledit.html

This is not available anywhere else that I can tell, since the old company has disappeared. Perhaps this would be something to host on your site?

I got:



----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
<submit@oldversion.com>
(reason: can't create (user) output file)

Originally posted by Omegatron@Apr 19 2005, 10:47 AM
This is not available anywhere else that I can tell,
As you can now see, this has been requested in the past. Please search before posting requests.

I too BOUGHT it and used it almost every day .
I lost my in a computer crash.......I miss it.
If anyone has it I would appreciate it.


Janesc@ charter.net

Is everyone still looking for a version of Cool Edit?

I play guitar and have used it for years to record with, I didn't even know they stopped making it or that Adobe took over. I'll see what version I have. Please post what version you need and if you still want it. We'll go from there.

Originally posted by Janesc@Apr 26 2005, 03:42 PM
If anyone has it I would appreciate it.



Check further up in this thread for working links.

:) Thanks for posting you links. Although the first two are dead, the 3rd still works! I had ot do a 'almost' complete rebuild on my system and even though I have 3 HD's running (almost 1 TB), I cannot find my original files for CEP! I do radio commercials from my PC at my house, and this program with some plug-ins, does EVERYTHING I need with minimal work!
THANKS AGAIN! :) :cool:

:) Thanks for posting you links. Although the first two are dead, the 3rd still works! I had ot do a 'almost' complete rebuild on my system and even though I have 3 HD's running (almost 1 TB), I cannot find my original files for CEP! I do radio commercials from my PC at my house, and this program with some plug-ins, does EVERYTHING I need with minimal work!
THANKS AGAIN! :) :cool:

Glad it worked,
Yes, my friend worked in a radio station as well. When i went to the station with her while she was working, she too used Cooledit to record her commercials, weather reports. I used to have a demo of a digital audio cart software. But I can not remember it's name.

Company: Adobe (acquired syntrillium)
Website: http://www.adobe.com/special/products/audition/syntrillium.html
Desired Version: 2.1 and less, trial versions
Description: Record, mix, edit, and master digital audio files with powerful tools that bring flexibility and control to your desktop studio. Easily create music, produce radio spots, and restore imperfect recordings. Bring audio and video together using smart integration with Adobe video applications. Get professional results in real time with Adobe® Audition® 2.0 software.

Thank you to anyone who attempts to help.

I have searched around and found the following versions of Cool Edit / Cool Edit Pro.
Some of the files are about 10 yrs old.

Cool Edit

vers. 1.33b
ftp://ftp.demon.nl/pub/ibmpc/dos/apps/sound/cool133b.zip

vers. 1.34
ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/sci/audio/instruments/utils/msdos/cool134.zip

vers. 1.34a
ftp://science.widener.edu/pub/nmr/cool134a.zip

vers. 1.50
ftp://ftp.monash.edu/pub/midi/PROGRAMS/MSWINDOWS/cool150.zip
ftp://ftp.nihon-u.ac.jp/pub/misc/ham/funet/arrl/bbs/programs/cool150.zip

vers. 1.51
ftp://ftp.mayn.de/pub/really_old_stuff/incubus/UDBase/musi/misc/cool151.zip

vers. 1.52
ftp://137.193.10.21/pub/comp/platforms/pc/simtel/win3/sound/cool152.zip
ftp://ftp.de.scene.org/pub/mirrors/hornet/music/programs/samplers/cool152.zip
ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/msdos/windows/sound/cool152.zip

vers. 1.53
ftp://ftp.kiarchive.ru/pub/.1/awe32/utils/cool153.zip
ftp://ftp.cesnet.cz/MultiMedia/Video-TV/mpeg/util/windows/cool153.zip
ftp://ftp.externet.hu/.lib/disk5/sac/sound/cool153.zip
ftp://ftp.kreonet.re.kr/.1/winsock/papa/WWW-Browsers/Players/cool153.zip

vers. 95
ftp://ftp.kiarchive.ru/pub/.1/awe32/utils/cool95.zip
ftp://ftp.relcom.ru/pub/.1/windows/sound/cool95.zip
ftp://ftp.kreonet.re.kr/.1/winsock/papa/Windows95/Misc_Utils/Audio/cool95.zip
ftp://ftp.matsusaka-u.ac.jp/pub/windows/sound/cool95.zip

vers. 96
ftp://ftp.externet.hu/.lib/disk5/sac/sound/cool96.zip
ftp://ftp.fh-muenchen.de/pub/windows/32-bit/95/music/cool96.zip

Cool Edit 2000
ftp://ftp.kiarchive.ru/pub/.1/windows/sound/ce2kmain.exe
ftp://ftp.kiae.su/pub/.1/windows/sound/ce2kmain.exe
ftp://ftp.freeware.ru/win/ce2kmain.exe

Cool Edit 2000 vers. 1.1
ftp://ftp.elf.stuba.sk/pub/pc/sound/ce2kmain.exe
ftp://ftp.kmez.ru/fido/kysh.tym%28ka%29/ce2kmain.exe
ftp://ftp.tti.net/pub/powervoice4/cooledit/ce2kmain.exe


Cool Edit Pro


vers. 1.1
ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/pc/windows/winsock-indstate/Windows95/Misc_Utils/Audio/cep11dmo.exe
ftp://ftp.uni-heidelberg.de/pub/net/winsock/winsock-l/Windows95/Misc_Utils/Audio/cep11dmo.exe
ftp://ftp.sakura.ad.jp/pub/pc/winsock-l/Windows95/Misc_Utils/Audio/cep11dmo.exe

vers. 1.2
ftp://ftp.lipetsk.ru/pub/windows/winstuff/pub/Multimedia/Editor/cep12dmo.exe
http://download.beelink.com.cn/lib3/cep12dmo.exe
http://safariexamples.informit.com/0789722674/3rdParty/Syntrillium/CoolEdit/cep12dmo.exe

vers. 2.0
ftp://ftp.autobaas.ee/CoolEdit_pro_v2.0/cepsetup.exe
ftp://ftp.kemiver.ee/CoolEdit_pro_v2.0/cepsetup.exe
ftp://ftp.liiliakuld.ee/CoolEdit_pro_v2.0/cepsetup.exe
http://server1.plunder.com/525/cepsetup.exe


vers. 2.1
ftp://ftp.elf.stuba.sk/pub/pc/sound/cep21dmo.exe
ftp://ftp.biysk.ru/pub/sw/soft/Sound/Cool%20Edit%20Pro%202002%20v.2.1/cepsetup.EXE
http://nctuccca.nctu.edu.tw/ftp/Vendors/Softking/soft/en/c/cepsetup.exe

HI!
I recently bought Cool Edit Pro 2.1 from a second hand store. I'm still learning the prog, and right now I'm using it to edit ringtones for my phone. I'm curious if anyone has any good plugins for it. Will any (if any) of the Audition plugins work with CEP 2.1? What all is out there for it? Does anyone know of a place to get clips and samples, or do I need to make them all myself??
Any help would be greatly appriciated!!!
Thank you!
:confused:

HI!
I recently bought Cool Edit Pro 2.1 from a second hand store. I'm still learning the prog, and right now I'm using it to edit ringtones for my phone. I'm curious if anyone has any good plugins for it. Will any (if any) of the Audition plugins work with CEP 2.1? What all is out there for it? Does anyone know of a place to get clips and samples, or do I need to make them all myself??
Any help would be greatly appriciated!!!
Thank you!
:confused:

hey chap ,i have a disc somewhere with loads of ringtones and stuff on, if i can find it and dig it out i will send ya some.

Thanks for your offer. I thought about getting that same disc online. I just find it more personal if I make my own tones. That way, I can pick my favorite part in a song, or loop a really good riff. That's why I really like this program - so far...

BUT, I'm always up for more ideas... I'd like to make some techno-ish, or rockin tunes/ringtones from scratch, and that's the reason for asking for some plugins or samples or whatever this program can offer. Is CEP capable of making music about like fruity loops??? It kinda looked like it.
If you or anyone has any ideas about add-on thingys for Cool Edit Pro, PLEASE lemme know!!! Thank you!!! ;)

Thank you Therese for searching for these old versions for us. We really do appreciate your hard effort. I have trouble keeping up with your findings, sometimes :)

http://oldversion.com/program.php?n=coolpro

BUT, I'm always up for more ideas... I'd like to make some techno-ish, or rockin tunes/ringtones from scratch, and that's the reason for asking for some plugins or samples or whatever this program can offer. Is CEP capable of making music about like fruity loops??? CoolEdit it a digital audio editor, DAW. You can mix multiple audio tracks, such as wav files. It is not a synth, like fruity loops, but it can be used similar to one, if you use loops and samples. But it does not really create it's own. CoolEdit is basically just a audio editing workstation, as is SoundForge, Audacity, SAWPro. They are built for musicans who usually plug-in their instruments, record and edit their tracks. You might want to look for programs such as Cakewalk, Cubase, Hammer, Reason, Recycle, etc. As these programs are designed for and contain the tools necessary for making music within the program itself.



Here is a link to an old thread with some links for software which may be helpful
http://www.oldversion.com/talk/showpost.php?p=10468&postcount=11

I purchased Cool Edit 2000. I've been using it since 2001 with no problems until I bought a new computer and tried to load it on the new computer. I seem to remember when I purchased the key initially, I had trouble installing the key to unlock it and tech support had to walk me through changing some file. It's been 5 years since then and I can't remember what file I had to change. I've got a registration key, I just can't make it work. Adobe doesn't offer tech support for Cool Edit. Any ideas?

Hi
I'm new to this Cool Edit Pro 2.1 program..first I'd like to say the program is wild and better than anything I've used. I have the full version registered and all. My problem is the xfm file effects I can use which are cool cause they come with the program. When I try to use files I download such as drive5.dll(plugin effect) the program doesn't read it. and it doesn't even appear on the program. I was wondering if there is away to cnvert the dll files into xfm files so i can use them of is there a site to download more guitar effects xfm files. Can someone help me??

Matti5150

files I download such as drive5.dll(plugin effect) the program doesn't read it. and it doesn't even appear on the program. I was wondering if there is away to cnvert the dll files into xfm files so i can use them of is there a site to download more guitar effects xfm files.

Are the plug-ins designed for Cool Edit Pro?

Also, you might need to install any plug-ins which work into the C:\windows\System folder. Or in the Cool Edit Plug-in folder.

Not sure if you can convert the plug-in from one format to another.

CoolEdit it a digital audio editor, DAW. You can mix multiple audio tracks, such as wav files. It is not a synth, like fruity loops, but it can be used similar to one, if you use loops and samples. But it does not really create it's own. CoolEdit is basically just a audio editing workstation, as is SoundForge, Audacity, SAWPro. They are built for musicans who usually plug-in their instruments, record and edit their tracks.

You might want to look for programs such as Cakewalk, Cubase, Hammer, Reason, Recycle, etc. As these programs are designed for and contain the tools necessary for making music within the program itself.


Here is a link to an old thread with some links for software which may be helpful
http://www.oldversion.com/talk/showpost.php?p=10468&postcount=11

Hello guys. This is my first post and I paid close attention to the sharp rebukes to some rhetorical questions. Hope I got it right. I need a manual for my CoolEdit Pro 2.1. I've had it since shortly after it premiered, however I've never used it or any wave editor for that matter. Now I want to use it with my Sonar6 Producer but can't find it. Is there any help for a neophyte here?
Thanks
-Rajay

I know this is an ANCIENT version, but has anyone used it? I just need to load some audio and do a little editing, then burn to disc....nothing too fancy.

Thanks!

I know this is an ANCIENT version, but has anyone used it? I just need to load some audio and do a little editing, then burn to disc....nothing too fancy.


Seeing as you failed to post into an existing thread, (this one) and you obviously missed posting in the correct forum. You probably also missed the main site, so check out the files here.
Remember to always search before posting a request. Never know, it might already been fulfilled.


http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=coolpro

Hi
I'm new to this Cool Edit Pro 2.1 program..first I'd like to say the program is wild and better than anything I've used. I have the full version registered and all. My problem is the xfm file effects I can use which are cool cause they come with the program. When I try to use files I download such as drive5.dll(plugin effect) the program doesn't read it. and it doesn't even appear on the program. I was wondering if there is away to cnvert the dll files into xfm files so i can use them of is there a site to download more guitar effects xfm files. Can someone help me??

Matti5150

xfm are native Cool Edit components (I think). I don't think you'll find any.

Cool Edit also recognizes DirectX plugins. There aren't as many as there are VST, but there are a fair number of free ones. They almost always come with installers, as <geekspeak>you have to pass their name to regsvr32.exe as a parameter to register them as DX plugins.</geekspeak>

Drive5 is a VST plugin. VST plugins are .dll files, and are usually just dropped into your VST folder to install them, and the programs find them the next time they look for plugins.

To use VST plugins with CoolEdit, you need a VST-DX bridge. There are a few out there. I used SpinAudio's free VST-DX Wrapper Lite (worked great in CEP 1.2), but SpinAudio's website has gone belly-up. ummm.. this is oldversion.com... is it available? Should I assist in making it available?

The DX-VST bridge is a DX plugin itself (that's how it appears in CoolEdit) so it has to be registered (this should be done by the install program, but can be done manually). Then it has to be opened in CoolEdit and pointed to your VST plugin folder. Once that's done, you just go to the effect menu, select DX-VST.., and select from your VST plugins. Just don't expect VST plugins to crash any less than they do in other hosts ;)

Hi. I have a bought & registered copy of Cool Edit 2000 1.1 build 2418. (Yes, from way back when I still had Windows ME.) Is it possible for me to download a newer version listed on this board without registration troubles? If so, which ones? Would CE 'Pro' be non-functional to me? Is v. 1.53 higher than version 1.1? They seem to not follow chronological order according to their v. numbers.

Thank you for your time.
This site rocks! :D

Hi guys,

Does anyone any the install files for the FULL PAID version of Cool edit pro v1.1

i have a cd key but my install files are corrupt. it must be version 1.1 because it was the latest that supported the .vce file format that i use for my Interactive Voice Recognition phone system.

I spent hours looking on the web for install files for the full version but all i get is the demo (even the files on this site are the demo). Adobe / syntrillium dropped the support for the .vce format and no longer have a copy of the installs on file.

i know its a long shot to find the installs but my installation has died.

Please help!

Hello Jeremty look for the file in y9ur inbox I had to send it via you sned it because the file contains an exe file nad also the size to llo for an email with my name Jon La..... abnd grab it have frun

Hello Jeremty look for the file in y9ur inbox I had to send it via you sned it because the file contains an exe file nad also the size to llo for an email with my name Jon La..... abnd grab it have frun

Hi Jon La,

I did not receive anything in my messages :(

Where did you send it to?

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Syntrillium Cool Edit Pro v2

Audio Editing Software For PC By Hugh Robjohns

Cool Edit Pro v2's multitrack editing window, with its virtual mixer open in front.

From its beginnings as shareware, Syntrillium's Cool Edit Pro has acquired an impressive professional user base. The new version offers more features, more power, and an updated user interface.

Syntrillium's Cool Edit Pro editor has become a firm favourite of amateur sound recording enthusiasts and professional audio users alike, the world over. The program's widespread popularity is partly due to its remarkable ease of use, partly because of its comprehensive facilities, but especially because of its surprising affordability.

The original Cool Edit Pro — CEP to its friends — was reviewed in SOS June '98. The latest incarnation is version 2.0, a serious makeover of this popular program with dozens of new and enhanced features. The update incorporates much more than cosmetic tweaking and bug-fixing, but the basic structure remains unaltered in concept, with a stereo editing window and a multitrack window for compiling complex material. There has been extensive rebuilding of the workings, but pretty much all of the desirable characteristics of the original remain in place; the impression is of a more mature, wide-ranging and very capable product, yet without the typically steep learning curve associated with audio editing software of this kind.

Like its predecessors, CEP 2.0 is available on a 'try before you buy' basis, as an Internet download (a mere 19.3MB!). This demo program works completely normally for 21 days with everything functioning as expected apart from a couple of audio file format import/export filters, which time out after a minute or so. If you like the look and feel of CEP 2.0 it can be purchased over the web, whereupon the restrictions are lifted and the files unlocked. For those who like to collect colourful packaging, a full boxed version with CD and manual is also available (albeit at a higher cost), as are upgrades for registered users of the previous versions of CEP 1.x and Cool Edit 2000.

Perhaps I should say at this point that Mac users should skip the rest of this article before becoming too disappointed and upset! CEP is only available for the PC and runs under any of the recent Windows operating systems: 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP. It uses standard Windows MME drivers and seems to run happily on pretty much any Windows-compatible stereo or multi-channel soundcard.

The Headlines

The Waveform Statistics feature conveys a wealth of information about the content of your audio.The new edition of CEP boasts a lot of new and substantially improved features compared with the original, and the graphical interface has been 'prettified' too. The number of file formats it can accommodate has also been expanded to a formidable list of linear, non-linear, and data-reduced formats including various PCM and Windows WAV formats, Apple's AIFF, MP3 and the new MP3 Pro, Windows Media Audio 8 (WMA8), and all manner of Windows and soundcard manufacturer-specific file types. Microsoft's new 'Corona' technology for multi-channel audio coding (WMA Pro) will also be supported shortly. Audio can be recorded into CEP 2.0 at almost any resolution from 8-bit/6kHz up to 32-bit/192kHz, and the software can also potentially record and play back simultaneously through up to 32 independent I/O devices — a mindboggling thought!

CEP runs using the computer's native processing power, and the rapid increase over the last few years of CPU power and hard disk data transfer rates has allowed Syntrillium to increase its real-time processing facilities enormously. For example, the maximum number of tracks in a session has been increased from 64 to 128, with full track bussing (subgrouping) functions and, for the first time, a wide range of real-time effects, processing and equalisation on each track. A rather welcome side-effect of all this new real-time processing is that the user no longer has to wait for Undo files to be created and saved, which increases the speed and immediacy of the program considerably.

The track EQ facilities in the multitrack window offer 'A' and 'B' settings, allowing comparison of two different equalisation curves, or perhaps the creation of a 'reference' and 'modified' setting. Each of the three bands of the fully parametric EQ can range across the entire audio spectrum, and the top and bottom bands are configurable as traditional shelf equalisers or bell curves. Needless to say, the advent of real-time equalisation makes life far simpler compared with CEP 1.x, in which individual WAV files had to be pre-processed offline before being mixed in the multitrack screen.

Some familiar and unusual real-time effects, processes and manipulation tools are also included in CEP 2.0 — over 45 in fact. Some of the more practical include a stereo field rotate function (essentially an automated panning function), built-in reverb, dynamic EQ, dynamic delay (which changes the amount of delay over the duration of the audio clip), a fantastic Doppler shift simulation function, a frequency band splitter (to enable multi-band compression and other complex frequency-dependent processing to be created), and support for DirectX plug-ins.

There is also a 'graphic phase shifter', which is not a phaser in the familiar sense at all, but a tool allowing the phase of a clip to be manipulated. A new 'phase analyser' display is also provided to generate a Lissajous figure or vectorscope display much like that provided by the familiar DK Audio hardware meter and its peers.

There are sufficient effects, processors and tools to get virtually any job done, grouped into categories such as amplitude, delay, filters and noise reduction. The noise reduction facilities cater for reasonably sophisticated click and pop removal, signature-based noise reduction, peak-clipping restoration, spectral analysis, and many more. These processes may not quite reach the ultimate quality of CEDAR's state-of-the-art algorithms, but they are certainly effective if used carefully.

Even with all this sophisticated real-time processing, CEP 2.0 does not demand the latest 2GHz Pentium 4 chip to run: the minimum spec calls for a 233MHz processor with just 64MB of RAM, although a 700MHz processor and 128MB of RAM are recommended. However, the faster your computer's processor and greater the system memory, the more effects and EQs that can be employed at the same time. If you do run out of processing power, CEP provides the ability to pre-process selected 'locked' tracks such that the original raw audio tracks are replaced with processed versions stored temporarily in memory, thereby freeing up real-time processor power for use elsewhere.

With the new track grouping (bussing) feature, it is also possible to combine several tracks through a virtual mix buss (or stereo busses) and apply an overall effect or process. This approach reduces processor overheads even further: a single reverb process can be added to an entire arrangement, for example, rather than having to process each track individually.

A function missing from the original version but always high on Syntrillium's wish list was the ability to 'rip' material from audio CDs and to burn CD-Rs with accurately placed PQ flag (track) markers. CEP 2.0 now contains integral CD-ripping facilities, allowing individual CDA-format files to be opened into the multitrack or edit windows directly or via a new 'Extract Audio from CD' file menu. The CD-burning function is implemented as a plug-in (currently still in beta form and available from the web site) which appears as a button in the Edit window when installed. This allows individual tracks to be selected and dumped into a file in much the same way as most bundled CD-writing software such as Nero and Easy CD Creator. This seems a crude approach to me, and I would have preferred markers to be placed in reference to the session timeline (ideally in the multitrack window), which is the way high-end platforms such as SADiE do it.

The Waveform Window can be set up to show spectral displays...... or standard waveform displays.

Growing Pains

For the seasoned CEP 1.x user, moving up to version 2.0 will almost certainly cause a few early frustrations, despite the great improvements made overall. Inevitably, the functionality and restructuring have resulted in some significant changes to the user interface, which may well confuse those used to the previous version. One of the first that I spotted was the appearance of a large drop-down menu list when right-clicking in the Edit window. Previously, a right-click would extend a selected area all the way up to the current mouse location, a very handy facility which made 'fast and dirty' editing wonderfully quick and easy. However, I later discovered that the right-click extension facility is still available if the Ctrl key is held at the same time as right-clicking. Even better, Syntrillium have provided a user option under the Preferences menu to revert to the original right-click mode, after which the menu list can be made to appear with Ctrl-right-click instead!

There are far too many operational changes to list each one, but another function I discovered by accident is a new right-click menu in the multitrack window. A third envelope mode has been added to the original volume and pan functions, allowing the wet/dry balance of a track's effect processing to be adjusted and automated.

Compared with previous versions, the new-look CEP 2.0 has a few more sub-windows which can be switched on or off as required to suit the task of the moment: for example, the mixer window can be turned off while assembling tracks and recalled just when adjusting the final mix. Windows can be moved as 'floating' windows or docked to other windows, so the screen layout can be tailored to suit individual preferences. Double bars along a window edge identify those that can be docked, which include the Organiser, Cue and Play Lists, Transport Buttons, Time Window, Level Meters, the multitrack Mixer Window, and many others. The last used window arrangement is recalled when the program is started, but there is a facility to reset everything to the factory default if required.

When the first computer audio editors appeared, including early versions of SADiE, Sonic Solutions and Pro Tools to name but three, I was one of many who queried the usefulness of on-screen mixers that could only be controlled by the single 'finger' of a mouse. Most products quickly acquired 'automation' facilities so that a complex mix could be built up one channel at a time, but this was a tedious workaround in most situations. A better solution was to implement interfaces and design special hardware control surfaces to enable physical multi-fader mixing — a far more intuitive and rewarding solution, although often rather expensive.

Syntrillium have adopted a similar approach in CEP 2.0. In addition to the automation envelopes already available, CEP now adheres to Microsoft's 'Human Interface Device' protocol, allowing communication with a growing number of external hardware controllers. I understand that Tascam's US428 USB interface/controller is directly compatible, for example, but Syntrillium also offer their own new hardware controller, the Red Rover. This is a relatively simple but efficient transport and monitor control unit that hooks up via USB (see 'Red Rover' box).

Cool Edit Pro v2's multitrack window now offers extensive sample creation and looping facilities.

Loopology: Free Loop Library

The sample looping facility of CEP is an exciting and creative new function which has uses far beyond the immediately obvious. The comprehensive loop creation and management tools included in the multitrack window come complete with some clever functionality to match tempos and keys between samples and loops. The loops used carry the CEL suffix, but are actually stored in MP3 Pro format, a new and very efficient but high-fidelity data reduction codec.

A few samples are shipped with the product, but not enough to really get your teeth into. However, a quick surf over to a dedicated web site, loopology.com, provides over 2000 free loops grouped into 15 categories such as Ambient, Asian, Blues, Bossanova, Classical, Industrial, Jazz, Seventies Funk, Techno, Urban and so on. Whatever your preferred style, there is probably something here to suit, played by real musicians on real instruments! Loops can also be searched by instrument (piano, synth, guitar, drums, and so forth) and thanks to the 10:1 data reduction, even lengthy loops can be downloaded pretty quickly. After 'unpacking' they can then be dropped straight into a song.

The Loopology loops are all free for use in either commercial or non-commercial projects, and the method of manipulation — as well as the loops themselves — is so good that knocking up a decent backing track, creating a music bed or sting, or just experimenting with song structure is remarkably fast and easy.

MIDI And Clips

Some of the most significant new additions to CEP 2.0 are comprehensive facilities to create and work with sample loops, and the ability to open and run MIDI files. The looping facilities (see box above) are very impressive and remarkably easy to use, with an extensive and completely free loop library available via the Internet. The MIDI functions are basic, but useful nonetheless, and MIDI file data is displayed in the appropriate track as 'piano-rolls'.

Should you be interested in writing music for picture or adding a soundtrack to your home movies, CEP will also accommodate AVI video files and run them locked to the multitrack timeline, with the picture being displayed in yet another floating window. For more serious users wanting to synchronise to external video-related equipment, another useful improvement is that Cool Edit Pro can now act as an EBU-SMPTE and MTC timecode master — it could only slave to these timecodes in previous versions. Oh, and the annoying bug that prevented CEP from responding to code beyond a certain time has also been fixed!

Various other relatively minor yet useful upgrades and additions have been incorporated in CEP 2.0. For example there is a level normalising facility which operates on a selected group of audio clips in the multitrack window, and new real-time envelope manipulation facilities allow programme-related dynamic effects to be created, either from presets or manually.

Conclusion

Many professional and semi-pro engineers dismissed the early versions of Cool Edit Pro out of hand. After all, how could such cheap PC software possibly compare to 'proper' DSP workstations like Pro Tools, SADiE or Sonic Solutions? However, CEP proved itself in action to be a remarkably capable, reliable and intuitive tool, which was extremely cost-effective — so much so that numerous branches of BBC Radio have come to rely on it completely in recent years.

Nevertheless, version 1.x had some limitations and frustrations, almost all of which have been addressed in version 2.0. Indeed, pretty much every aspect of the original has been improved or extended, and not just in terms of the user interface: it seems that most of the signal processing algorithms have been overhauled and updated too. Cool Edit Pro 2.0 remains as fantastically easy and logical to use as its antecedents, yet has extended and improved upon the functionality and enhanced the appearance. It compares well with any of the upmarket alternatives, particularly given the price, and will appeal to novices and technophiles alike, providing simplicity of operation or sophistication of signal analysis and processing as required. It even has facilities to convolve signals, for heaven's sake!

Considering the prevalence of Macs and Mac-only software in the audio industry, it's at times like this when I enjoy being a PC user. To Mac users we can now say: nah, nah, nah!

Red Rover

The Red Rover interface turns an audio editing and manipulation platform into a really practical hard disk recorder for musical applications. This little controller measures just 6.5 inches wide by 5 deep and 1.25 high, and has a fixed 10-foot cable terminating in a USB plug. The Rover is powered from the USB port, but passes relatively little data back and forth so it shouldn't slow down other USB peripherals. A quarter-inch socket on the rear panel accepts a foot switch input to toggle between Record and Stop, enabling hands-free drop-ins and drop-outs.

The top surface carries a familiar set of transport controls on big clicky buttons with status LEDs. The Rewind and Forward buttons provide a 'jump to previous/next cue' function when double-pressed quickly, and pressing the Play button toggles between play and pause modes. Pressing the Stop and Record buttons together provides a record-ready mode allowing input levels to be set up, while pressing the Record button by itself does just what you'd expect. Three smaller push buttons, all with associated LEDs, provide mute, solo and record arming for the currently selected track (see below), and two more add a cue marker at the current time position and toggle CEP's metronome function on and off.

Three rotary encoders select the active track (ie. the one to which the other functions all relate), the master volume, and the relative level of the currently selected track. An eight-LED bar-graph meter shows the input level when recording and the overall level when playing back.

A two-line LCD at the top of the panel, with backlight and contrast controls tucked away on the right side panel, shows all the crucial information when working remotely. The top line displays the current transport status, the cursor or playback time, and the selected physical inputs and record mode (left, right or stereo). Below this (working back from right to left) are shown the selected physical output, the currently selected active track, and the master and track relative volumes.

Although it's intended primarily for controlling CEP's multitrack window, many of the Red Rover's functions will also work in the Edit window view, including the transport functions, the Add Cue button, the level meter and time display.

Plugging the Red Rover into a USB port for the first time cues the usual Windows message about searching for a Human Interface driver, followed by a brief and completely painless installation. There seems to be a small delay in processing the volume commands, but otherwise the box does exactly what is expected of it, without fuss or frustration.

Pros

  • New real-time EQ and effects.
  • More of everything.
  • Loop functions.
  • Integrated CD ripping and burning.
  • Dedicated hardware controller available.
  • Excellent compatibility.
  • Price.

Cons

  • CD burning not as flexible as I would have liked.
  • The downloadable version is a huge download.

Summary

Syntrillium have managed to improve this popular, cost-effective, multi-faceted audio editing software package in just about every direction, while also adding a lot of new functionality — all of which is useful rather than just clever. Cool Edit Pro deserves to be taken seriously as an audio workstation par excellence.

information

£249; boxed upgrade from Cool Edit Pro v1.x £84; Red Rover remote £99.88. Prices include VAT. Also available as download at $279 (full version) and $79 (upgrade).

Et Cetera +44 (0)1706 228039.

www.etcetera.co.uk

test spec

  • Syntrillium Cool Edit Pro v2.0 build 2095.
  • 1GHz Pentium III PC with ASUS motherboard and 512MB RAM, running Windows 98SE.
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