[bct] Re: One really cool thing about sound forge

  • From: "Neal Ewers" <neal.ewers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 08:39:46 -0600

Hi, the number for Sony Pictures Digital who now owns Sound Forge is

800-577-6642.  Perhaps they can answer your question.  On the other
hand, if you do have to purchase, I doubt you're going to get any better
deal than what Dan got a couple weeks ago at macmall.com

I hope this helps.

Neal

 

-----Original Message-----
From: blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Krister Ekstrom
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 5:57 AM
To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [bct] Re: One really cool thing about sound forge


Hey folks,
Ok this is slightly off-topic for this thread but as it's about Sound 
forge i put it in here anyway. I own SF 6 and i now want to upgrade to
8.
1: is this possible without going through v7?
2: Is there a place on the net where i could upgrade instead of buying a

new SF 8?
Thanks and once again sorry for putting this right here, the only excuse

i have is that i got eager when i heard about the batch converter.:)
/Krister


Neal Ewers wrote:
> Hi all.  People have written me off list thanking me for my podcast
> comments.  I meant to give a list of things I could cover at the end 
> of the cast, but I was running out of time.
>  
> There is one thing that really causes this software to shine perhaps
> more than any one other feature.  This is the batch converter.  It was

> in sound forge 5, but they took it out of 6 and 7 and now it is back 
> in 8.  Here is how it works.
>  
> Let's say that you had a lot of wav files you wanted to convert to
> MP3, but they needed some processing before you could do that.  So, 
> perhaps you wanted to change them all from stereo to mono, then you 
> wanted to get rid of some low frequency hum, and then you wanted to 
> normalize them and then save them as MP3 files.  In sound forge, you 
> would go into the batch converter, select all your files, and do the 
> processing on these files.  Not only does it do all of these steps to 
> each file, but you can save the batch file so that the next time you 
> want to do all of the same processes on one or more files, you only 
> have to open the batch converter, select the files you want to process

> and press Run, and magically, they are all done and placed in the 
> folder of your choice.  I can't tell you how much time this has saved 
> me.
> 
>  
> Neal Ewers
> Ravenswood Productions
> Local phone:  608-277-1995
> Toll Free:  888-544-8332
> Email:  neal.ewers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://www.ravenswood.org <http://www.ravenswood.org/>
>  
> 


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