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In all likelihood the best resource for getting started with it is Korg's own Krome quickstart guide. The Krome Workstation web page has, under the "Support and Downloads" link in the lower-left, a few more bits of documentation about how it all works. As with most manuals you'll probably have to refer back to it now and again as you become more familiar ...
The latest version of Cineform can join clips together as I found out recently, so the problem solved itself.
For this purpose I like to use SolveigMM Video Splitter. It's very fast and lossless video tool (no recompression) and it fully supports H.264 video (GoPro records in mp4 files using h.264 compression).
Just about any NLE could handle your needs. Nothing in that listing seems particular difficult, though with a budget of $300 it might be easiest and fastest to pay an editor to put it together for you really quick. Alternately, Final Cut Pro X could do it pretty easily since you are on the Mac platform and the most recent copy is just within your budget. ...
You might be interested in a sample pack. There are many out there, some for free, although the higher quality ones frequently (but not always) cost money. The only problem with them is that there is often only one sound per note, or a few sounds and the in between notes are pitch-shifted. Also, look into 8Dio. They make very wonderful realistic sample ...
I think the only way to get good buffer and full functionality of protools is to revert to Mountian Lion for now till Avid comes up with an update. I have gone back to Mountain lion and I'm using protools 8.05. It works great without any problems. I also discovered that for Windows 7 64-bit Protools 8.0 works and my friend uses 8.01 and says it works well ...
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