Triumph
Triumph 2.3.0
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Multi-channel audio designer.   Demo ($79.99)
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Triumph is the most powerful, innovative and versatile mutli-channel audio designer for OS X.

As the sequel to the popular Wave Editor audio editing application, Triumph has been completely redesigned and takes full advantage of all of the latest technologies OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion have to offer.
What's New
Version 2.3.0:
  • Support for iCloud
  • New guitar tuner tool in the Tools menu
  • Improved scrolling behavior in the Content area
  • New SmartEdit fade types and significantly improved performance
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7.5 or later



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Triumph User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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Morgan_Alex reviewed on 16 Jan 2014
Top notch audio editor. You cannot go wrong with this.
[Version 2.2.1]


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lurkingremlin commented on 29 Dec 2013
As of Dec 28, version 2.2.1 is available for download here:

http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/support/
[Version 2.2.0]


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lurkingremlin commented on 30 Nov 2013
New, minor update released on Nov 26 (v2.1.1) :

- resolves an intermittent issue that could cause some DDP sets to not validate successfully in Eclipse.
[Version 2.1.0]

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MacUpdate-Jess replied on 30 Nov 2013
Thank you, lurkingremlin! I've updated the listing with the new version.
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+4

Bart_Pans reviewed on 29 Sep 2013
Great audio editor. By far the best I ever tried for OS X.
[Version 2.1.0]


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Espiridion commented on 24 Sep 2013
My comments when Triumph came out were unpopular. Now 2.1 is out and at the bottom of the release notes there's this gem:
"over 200 bug fixes"
I'm definitely giving it another shot, given that 2.1 has plenty of improvements in addition to the bug fixes. It does put the 5-star reviews in perspective. No doubt this comment will yield additional frowns, but I stand by my comments.
[Version 2.0.0]


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Madmeg commented on 07 Sep 2013
Difficult to evaluate when it beachballs on startup. I'm using 10.8.4.
[Version 2.0.0]


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Istra commented on 13 Jul 2013
Just downloaded the latest beta and the bugs that made Triumph unusable in the beginning are now gone :-) The sound quality getting out of Triumph is great and clean.

What I don't understand is why there's no possibility for direct recording...
For people doing mainly VoiceOver work this is a big setback – and there are a lot of these people out there. Now one has to use two apps in the workflow; not so fine if you just need to correct/re-record many small bits...

Also tried to import some short recordings made with just QuickTime and Triumph crashed every single time at import :-0

Have to say though that this beta is for the rest working fine. Signs of maturity are multiplied :-)
[Version 2.0.0]


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+2

+214
lemon-kun commented on 25 Jun 2013
I've been using Triumph since November, and its predecessor WaveEditor before. I am a big fan of this app, it is one of the best tools for my work.

Just one thing I would like to comment on: there wasn't an update since last november – this is really disappointing. They are frequently putting out new beta versions, which in the meantime work much better (less bugs) than the version 2.0.0 that was released last year.

So I'd give the advice to anyone using Triumph to use the latest beta (which you can download from the support website of Triumph). It is beyond me why Audiofile Engineering has chosen not to publish updates (especially since they are really working on the app, as we can see from the betas). They really should get their act together in this regard.
[Version 2.0.0]

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+87
Masterminter replied on 27 Jun 2013
I agree. They mostly update software ones in a year.
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Woofspup commented on 19 Apr 2013
we use Wave Editor for remixing music. It is a must own software for both beginners all the way up to super advanced work, like we do.

Matthew one of two geniuses behind Wave Editor (now called Triumph) made me a quick video explaining how we will now do our remixes in the new Wave Editor replacement, Triumph.

I was VERY excited to see it working because although the most brilliant aspect of WE is the remixing - 99% of users don't even know its in the software as there is little to nothing on their web site regarding the aspect we use WE for so I feared maybe they decided not to support what we consider the greatest aspect if their software.

So this vid showed it working and as usual "and then some". - things added to make it even better. Honestly, if you guys knew what WE actually did you'd never sleep - you'd be having too much fun.

However, after sending in several questions, regarding the GUI asking why things were not easy to find (very confusing layout at times), or not working the way they did in WE, i mean simple things like "How come when I click region or marker the waveform doesn't jump to that region?"...

Instead of a logical reply to a very simple and expected task, my PAYPAL account was refunded my payment for Triumph and I was sent this response from Matthew Foust himself:

"I have come to the conclusion that Triumph is not a good fit for your workflow. The roadmap for the foreseeable future focuses on the core of our customer base (mastering engineers, workflow automation, video game production, broadcast, sound effects). I have refunded your purchase of Triumph (including PayPal fees)."

WTF?

In WE, you click on a region or loop or marker and the waveform jumps to it, so you can play it, see it or make corrections. Asking why WE 2.0 (sorry its now called Triumph) doesn't do this? I thought they forgot to turn it on. Or maybe now we have to turn it on in the massive keystrokes area, where thousands of tools available, can be turned on with keystrokes you decide to use... but submitting it as a question complete with explanation of how it was working?? Never did we expect such an extreme reaction (take your money and leave) then be told you're work and our upgrade are no longer a good fit after 8+ years of working together.

Really?? We weren't just paying customers guys. These two flew me to them when WE was first amount to be released originally and it took 7 days to get all the tools from Sound Designer II, up and running in WE, so we could promote and help sell it as a SDII replacement. Hell, we still have the 13 training vids on our website at:

www.razormaid.com/Training

Yep, that's WE remixing music guys! Pretty cool, huh?. These guys did a BRILLIANT job not to mention a very creative way to do my job as demonstrated in those vids!

So yes I did give nearly 5 stars to each area in the review of Triumph, because unlike them I understand the importance of loyalty - past present and future loyalty. I still believe in this company and its developers, but be forewarned: ask or suggest the wrong thing and you will be handed your hat and shown the door! WORD!

I don't know how to approach these guys at this point, but use caution. Such an extreme reaction towards someone they flew to Minnesota to assist them in creating the remixing portion of WE, makes me think things aren't going as smoothly in the transition as they thought it would.

Our company Razormaid Productions has worked with over 3,000+ major artists worldwide. Depeche Mode, Madonna, Britney, etc... you name it, we've worked with them for the past 27 years. Its NEVER a good idea to burn bridges, especially when you personally talk to and deal with so many industry people on a daily basis. Word if mouth us everything in this industry. . Not real smart.

Joseph Watt
razorcam@aol.com
[Version 2.0.0]


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Woofspup commented on 19 Apr 2013
We use Wave Editor for remixing music. It is a must own software for both beginners all the way up to super advanced work, like we do.

Matthew one of two geniuses behind Wave Editor (now called Triumph) made be a quick video explaining how we will now remix in Triumph. I was VERY excited to see it working because although the most brilliant aspect of WE is the remixing - 99% of users don't even know its in the software as there is little to nothing on their web site regarding the aspect we use WE for.

So this vid showed it working and as usual "...and then some"... However, after sending in several questions regarding the GUI asking why things were not easy to find (very confusing layout at times), or not working the way they did in WE, simple things like "How come when I click region or marker the waveform doesn't jump to that region?"... Instead of a logical reply to a very simple and expected task, my PAYPAL account was refunded my payment and I was sent thus response:

"I have come to the conclusion that Triumph is not a good fit for your workflow. The roadmap for the foreseeable future focuses on the core of our customer base (mastering engineers, workflow automation, video game production, broadcast, sound effects). I have refunded your purchase of Triumph (including PayPal fees)."

WTF? In WE you click on a region or loop or marker and the waveform jumps to it so you can play it, see it or make corrections. Asking why WE 2.0 (Triumph) doesn't do it? I thought they forgot to turn it on, or maybe now we now had to turn it on in the massive keystrokes area (now renamed PRESETS if you're having trouble finding it like we had, after a two hour search).. but submitting it as a question complete with explanation of how it was working never did we expect such an extreme a action (take your money and leave) then be told you're work and our upgrade are no longer a good fit after 8+ years of working together.

So yes I did give nearly 5 stars to each area but 2 stars for user friendly GUI because I believe in this company and its developers, but before warned: ask or suggest questions and you will be handed your hat and shown the door.

I don't know how to approach these guys but use caution. Such and extreme reaction to someone they flew to Minnesota to assist them in creating the remixing portion of WE, makes me think things are going as smoothly in the transition as they thought it would.

Our company Razormaid Productions has worked with over 3,000+ major artists worldwide. Depeche Mode, Madonna, etc... for the past 27 years and its NEVER a good idea to burn bridges, especially when you personally to and deal with so many industry people. Not real smart.

Joseph Watt
[Version 2.0.0]


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Mirko77 had trouble on 25 Mar 2014
Sounds interesting but ... Why is it impossible to record audio directly from the program? Which program is supposed I should use to record my voice-over?
[Version 2.2.1]



+16

Peter_Van_Den_Einde rated on 01 Jan 2014

[Version 2.2.1]



+4

IngeMortier3516 rated on 25 Dec 2013

[Version 2.2.0]



JohnV2458 rated on 22 Dec 2013

[Version 2.1.1]



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Bleech_Jef rated on 30 Nov 2013

[Version 2.1.1]



+26

Scotty_Beam_Me_Up_Again rated on 22 Oct 2013

[Version 2.1.0]



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Thomas1977 rated on 08 Sep 2013

[Version 2.0.0]



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Stef_Vandenabele rated on 28 Aug 2013

[Version 2.0.0]



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Steven_Sky rated on 17 Aug 2013

[Version 2.0.0]



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Masterminter rated on 27 Jun 2013

[Version 2.0.0]



+30

Kernelg rated on 13 May 2013

[Version 2.0.0]


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Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Demo
Date:05 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $79.99
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Triumph is the most powerful, innovative and versatile mutli-channel audio designer for OS X.

As the sequel to the popular Wave Editor audio editing application, Triumph has been completely redesigned and takes full advantage of all of the latest technologies OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion have to offer.


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