Adobe prototypes 'Photoshop for audio'

Adobe's annual MAX event to give a sneak peek at some projects its team are working on in the background, some wild and fanciful but some that could indeed see the light of day at some point in the future.

At Adobe MAX 2016, amongst the sneak previews was Project VoCo, which Adobe developer Zeyu Jin described as doing for audio what Photoshop does for photography – speech editing capabilities that even includes adding words that did not originally appear in the audio file.

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Craig Stewart

Craig Stewart is a writer, SEO strategist and content marketer, and is a former editor of Creative Bloq. Craig has written about design, typography, tech and football for publications including Creative Bloq, T3, FourFourTwo and DSG, and he has written a book on motoring for Haynes. When he's not writing, you'll usually find Craig under his old car learning about DIY repairs the hard way.