Alright, I thought a great way to start my contributions to this amazing community would be to share an awesome piece of software that I use on a daily basis for my audio work:
I use Adobe Audition for a lot of audio work, which often involves combining sound effects in my projects. Over the years I have amassed an enormous collection of sound effects, both self-made and those I have purchased from others. When you have such a huge amount of sound effects, keeping track, finding and previewing them becomes a hassle. So a few years ago, I discovered AudioFinder an incredibly powerful Mac application for indexing your sound effects for easy previewing. There are of course other alternatives, but the majority of the alternatives expect you to contact the company for pricing or have ludicrously high prices. AudioFinder is both powerful and inexpensive. Check it out here: http://www.icedaudio.com, I highly recommend it. The only negative thing with AudioFinder is the lack of cross-platform as it’s only available on Mac…
Do you have another audio indexing solution, please tell me as I love experimenting with this sorta stuff!