[access-uk] Re: soundforge scripts ?

Yes Damon, if the options are unticked, then the meters should be off.  I'd say 
512 of
memory should be okay.

What doesn't help you is that I'm not a JfW user so I don't know anything about 
the impact
of JFW and what it does on SF's performance.  Also, the copy of Sound Forge I 
have is on my
second audio computer, which isn't turned on just now.  A bit later on I'll 
take a look and
report on anything that could be of use to you, probably off list.


From Ray
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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
Of Damon


hi ray. I've got 500 and something memory.

Looking at the view menu, there are no ticks next to the meters or time
display or anything like that - so does that mean they're all off? They seem
to toggle on or off when you click on them.

Is there anywhere else I should be looking within SoundForge? Note I also
had the same problem with SoundForge 6.













----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2007 6:07 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: soundforge scripts ?


> Damon, at the outset I'll say I cannot be a whole lot of help with this
> one, if only because
> you appear to be running a Sound Forge a few versions old.  At first I
> wondered if it could
> be a soundcard driver issue from what you were describing, and just
> possibly it could be.
> Other things such as the state of your hard drive would come into play
> too, so defragging
> might not do any harm.  (You don't say anything that Ican recall about how
> much memory your
> machine has and processor speed, which might also help a more techysort
> help you out.)
>
> Obviously, the more you can free up emory with as few other applications
> eating resources
> while Sound Forge is running, the better your machine will handle SF.  I
> know that in my
> version, 7, Sony, as it is now, recommend turning off all strictly
> unnecessary visual
> things, such as the level meters and other on-screen displays.
>
> I can only suggest you might try contacting Brian Hartgen who is a long
> time user of SF and
> would certainly know about the issues you raise re. the Snowman's scripts.
> AS far as I am
> aware the Snowman has done his scripts as an entirely independent venture.
>
> So, why not try sending Brian an email via his site at:
>
> www.hartgen.org
>
> Sorry I cannot help further.
>
> From Ray
> I can be contacted off-list at:
> mailto:ray-48@xxxxxxxx
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
> Of Damon
>
>
> Hi.
> I've been looking online at the Snowman's scripts for SoundForge.
>
> I have jaws 5 on my computer. I'm aware it has some scripts for soundforge
> that came from freedom scientific. I'd like to know if they are the same
> ones that the snowman made? Did he make them for freedom scientific? Or
> are
> they better?
>
> I have real problems when running those freedom scientific scripts; it
> makes
> soundforge unusable and I end up having to reboot. It's ok for a while,
> but
> then windows error noises kick in and eventually jaws unloads itself. So
> I'm hoping the
> Snowman's scripts might cure this in time for my hellish weekend of
> editing.
>
> Also. I want to buy the soundforge scripts for soundforge 4.5 for jaws 5
> because I have some urgent editing work to do.
>
> How does it work? Will i get them immediately from the snowman in an
> automated way? Or will i have to wait a few days?
>
> thanks
>
> ...Damon
>

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