Now that’s sad

There are three pieces of software I use so often that they almost define my work. One is TextPad), upon which I am writing this. Another is the best damned calculator on the planet: Kalkulator. And the third is CoolEdit 2000, which is pretty much an audio laboratory for just $US50. Now, it seems, that CoolEdit and its creator, Syntrillium Software, is no more. The company has been acquired by Adobe. The multitracked version, CoolEdit Pro 2, is now known as Adobe Audition. And CoolEdit 2000, the simple, fast, powerful two channel recording/processing/analysis product that I’ve been using in various versions for seven years has, along with all Syntrillium’s other products, ‘been discontinued’.

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