|Version:||Cool Edit 2000 1.1 build 2418|
|Latest Wine Version Tested:||1.6.2|
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Everything I've tested works.Â I've recorded several 45's and one album side, declicked them, normalized the volume, run an FFT filter (like a graphic EQ), done a standard noise reduction, saved as both .wav and .mp3 (easy to save either the entire waveform or selected section).Â Oh yes, it includes a Fraunhoffer (sp?) licensed mp3 encoder.
What does not
The Windows volume controls.Â There is a button to bring up the Windows mixer, but it just generates a file-not-found error.Â As a workaround I simply opened Alsamixer in a terminal in another desktop.
What was not tested
The DX (direct-X) plugins.Â After reading the report on Cool Edit Pro not starting if it had its directX file in place, I didn't try to install the plugin.
Miscellaneous other functions that, obviously, I don't use much.
The only reason I don't rate it "platinum" is that the menu item created by Wine didn't work, and while attempting to add one that did, the main executable mysteriously disappeared. I ran the main installer again (ce2kmain), didn't have to run the registration or the noise reduction installer again. Simply let it install a desktop icon, which worked.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Linux Mint Debian||Oct 09 2016||1.6.2||Yes||Yes||Gold||Kevin Bowers|