RE: Sound Forge Vs. studio Recorder

  • From: John Gasman <jjgassman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 17:36:46 -0800

I'm not sure if its in this studio version. I can't get it to work with the keystrokes but then again I could be doing something wrong. I don't know the program very well yet.

At 11:59 AM 2/24/2006, you wrote:

Hi John.

What are the major differences between Sound Forge lite and its big brother?
Does the lite version offer a true scrubbing mode like the full version?

--Best regards,

--Rick Alfaro

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Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 2:11 PM
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Subject: RE: Sound Forge Vs. studio Recorder

You are right and that's why I bought Sound Forge.
At 10:28 AM 2/24/2006, you wrote:

>Studio recorder was designed for voice recording. It is a tool for book
>narration with good accessibility and stability.
>SoundForge was designed as an editor for film sound tracks, radio work,
>and other specialized tasks. It has a lot of processor choices and
>special effects. They can both be used for basic editing, but it's like
>comparing apples and oranges. In my opinion, you should sit down and
>assess your needs. What audio tasks do you want to perform? Figure out
>which features you need--reverb, noise reduction,
>  tone indexing. Are you going to edit any music?
>When evaluating software, you have to know what you want to do with the
>tool. They are good products, but direct comparison is difficult.
>Just my opinion,
>-----Original Message-----
>From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>[mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of John Gasman
>Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 12:01 PM
>To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Sound Forge Vs. studio Recorder
>I just bought Sound Forge and like it a lot.
>I also just heard the ACB Main Menu feature on APH's Studio Recorder.
>My brother is going to purchase a sound editor.
>For those of you with experience in using both applications, how do
>they compare? I know they are both accessible. Does it come down to
>user preference?
>I know the full version of sound forge is expensive, I bought the less
>expensive version for now.
>I'm currently using it for editing files. I don't have a podcast yet
>although I may someday.
>I'd be interested in opinions as to which sound editor is most blind
>I know that the lite version of Sound forge is $69 and the full version
>is about $299.
>Studio recorder has only one version and its $200.
>Neither is cheap.
>Thanks for any input.
>          John Gassman
>Recognition Of The Problem is 51% Of The Solution

         John Gassman
Recognition Of The Problem is 51% Of The Solution

John Gassman
Recognition Of The Problem is 51% Of The Solution

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