Topic: Audio editing software
I know this gets asked over and over again, but I don't see an answer so I thought I'd try asking anyhow.
I was trained on Vegas on Windows machines for audio editing, but my personal laptop is a Mac.
I like GarageBand but find it to be a much slower workflow, and to lack some of the capabilities of Vegas (for instance, transitions between tracks can be made much smoother with Vegas).
I have Soundbooth, but it uses destructive video editing ::shudder::.
I'm looking for something that's a step up from GarageBand in terms of the sorts of features you'd use to splice together a sort of radio doc soundtrack for my soundslides. But most of the forums online that compare these sorts of software are peopled by musicians who have very different priorities and feature wish lists.
So, any recommendations for Mac audio editing software that's good for a reporter, kind of like Vegas, and better than GarageBand?