Which new smooth edit logo (warning large pics attached)


Which new smooth edit logo (warning large pics attached)

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Liam Burke
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Hello,

Just messing around with some graphics looking to come up with a logo for our new smooth edit software due soon.

The software is a simple audio editor designed for top / tail. editing, adjusting volumes etc.

It is not intended as a replacement for a serious editor, just a quick editor for basic work.

We will be aiming it firmly at what used to be the Cool Edit 2000 market so it will be around the £60 mark we think.

Anyway, I am after a simple, not too serious logo to reflect the product and would appreciate feedback on these attached concept images.

Cheers

Liam



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Number 1, although number two is quite nice as well.

With this editor can you add a critical feature that would be so useful for those of us who use SCOOP edit? The ability to open what is a cart on SCOOP and then select different bits to save as different carts (so when 5 clips come through from IRN at the same time).

So, If I open cart #100, which has 5 audio clips in it, I can select the bit that I want, preview it, then save it. If it could be set to ask for a Title and then put the cart in the next free cart starting at a defined cart, say #500, that would make it very easy and would save time (rather than having to copy the cart 5 times and edit each one 5 times!).

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I would say number 2 but with with the same elongated typeface as number 1. Perhaps make the coloured semi circles slightly more wavelike... if that makes any sense.
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Number 1 probably, but 3's kind of cute.
Is it one of these P-Squid's that we keep hearing about :lol:
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To answer Alex's question.

Scoop Edit v3 does incorporate Smooth Edit and it does have just that feature.

Thanks for your feedback so far and yes, that is a PSQUID. A really happy one!

Liam

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[quote:250aaec95f=\"Liam Burke\"]that is a PSQUID. A really happy one![/quote]
The poor thing has 7 of it's tentacles missing!
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What does a P-SQUISH look like? Any ideas? Smile

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It'll be a squid but squashed. Didn't you know it's dangerous out there in the seas, there are whales driving lorries. :wink:
http://www.bigwhaleonalorry.com/firstsighting.asp
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And here is a P Squish in the flesh

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I was waiting for someone to do that. . .!

Seriously, though, if you don't use logo 3 for the new editor then I think that the bottom logo would be a good addition to your marketing material and help people get their minds around the various different codes that we now all have to use!

The new audio editor sounds great - if you want someone to beta test it (we have a full SCOOP licence but would be very happy to try something that is in beta that has an integrated audio editor) then please let me know!

Alex
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