Audioshop, a groundbreaking tool included with Infinity, makes reworking audio feel as natural as retouching a photo.

This means you can clone, paint, erase, pattern and blend audio, all using sound and brush settings from an Instrument Palette.

Tools included

Brush Tool – Used with the Instrument Palette to paint notes.  Choose an instrument and the brush duration and fade.  A selection of instrument samples is included with Infinity but you can add your own by clicking on the pipette button in the Sound settings and then clicking on a note. 

Clone Tool – Clone characteristics such as pitch variation (e.g. vibrato), timbre & formant of a chosen note and apply them to other notes.  Check Sync to keep the distance from the start of the note unchanged.

Remove Timbre Tool – Remove the timbre (sound) of a chosen note from other notes.  Check Keep Timbre Instead to do the opposite and keep only the timbre.  If Remove To Another Note is checked, as sound is removed, it is transferred to a new overlapping note so that it is not lost.

Pattern Tool – Apply fluctuations in pitch, formant, volume, and panning to selected notes. For example, add realistic pitch and amplitude vibratos.

Blend Tool – Blend together the pitch, formant, timbre, volume and/or stereo panning of notes by clicking & dragging over them.

Clean Phase – Removes artifacts from selected notes by recalculating their phases.  This is useful for improving the sound quality of a note.  Additional cleaning tools are available from the RipScripts>Clean submenu.

Volume Mapper – Apply fades and custom volume envelopes to notes. Also available from RipScripts>Tools submenu.

Note Editor – View the harmonics of a note and edit them in different ways. Use the Edit Mode combo box to choose an editing technique. Used in conjunction with the Instrument Palette to set the level, brush size, fade and so on.

Edit the individual harmonics of notes in high definition with Note Editor and Instrument Palette