[bct] Re: Sound Forge Inserting Files into a Recording

  • From: "Neal Ewers" <ewers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 10:09:02 -0600

You can copy a file to the clip board and then paste into a Sound
Forge file at the location of the cursor.

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Hi all,
I checked the book on sound editors from National Braille Press;
admittedly it's five years old, but it at least told me that Sound
Forge follows most Windows keyboard conventions. I know that in Studio
Recorder, control plus I is used to insert a file into a recording
when the sound is stopped and the cursor is positioned at the point
where you want the file to be inserted. In Recall Pro, recording is
alt plus R, and insert is alt plus shift plus R. So maybe one of these
combinations might work with Sound Forge. It's worth a try. 
There are set files and Jaws script files for Sound Forge; you might
check with Brian Hartgen regarding set files; Jim Snowbarger has
written Jaws script files for Sound Forge that you can try and choose
whether or not to purchase; I noticed them when I bought his scripts
for Easy CD Creator. His site is http://www.snowmanradio.com. Not sure
of Brian Hartgen's site but he's the one who wrote the Window Eyes set
files. His site used to be http://www.hartgen.org.
I hope some of this helps.

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