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Title: SpectraLayers  
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Subject: Sony Creative Software, Steinberg Nuendo, ReCycle (software), SAWStudio, SoundEdit
Collection: Digital Audio Workstation Software, Sony Creative Software, Soundtrack Creation Software
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Original author(s) Divide Frame[1]
Developer(s) Sony Creative Software
Operating system Mac OS X
Microsoft Windows
Type Digital audio editor
License Proprietary
Website Sony SpectraLayers: Product page

Sony SpectraLayers is a digital audio editing software suite published by Sony Creative Software. It is designed for advanced audio spectrum editing, catering to professional and semi-professional users.


  • Overview 1
  • History 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


SpectraLayers is an advanced audio spectrum editor which allows extraction of sounds, audio restoration and creative sound design through the use of a spectral view. Its interface is similar to an image editor.[2]


SpectraLayers is an audio editor first developed by Divide Frame and published by Sony originally as SpectraLayers Pro in July 2012.[3] SpectraLayers Pro 2, released in July 2013, improved speed and added features like Spectral Casting/Molding, markers and metadata support, and non-linear scales.[2][4][5][6] The current version as of January 2015 is SpectraLayers Pro 3.[7]

See also


  1. ^ Sony Showcases New Technology at NAB
  2. ^ a b Sound on Sound review of SpectraLayers Pro 2
  3. ^ MusicRadar review of SpectraLayers Pro
  4. ^ DoddleNews review of SpectraLayers Pro 2
  5. ^ AskAudio Magazine review of SpectraLayers Pro 2
  6. ^ Electronic Musician review of SpectraLayers Pro 2
  7. ^ Sony Releases Free Update to Sound Forge Pro Mac and Version Upgrade to SpectraLayers Pro Audio Editing Applications

External links

  • Sony Creative Software - SpectraLayers page
  • Divide Frame - SpectraLayers page
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