Re: Accesible sound recording and editing software

  • From: Jörgen Magnusson <jorgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 4 Jul 2010 15:19:22 +0200

Thank you!

From: Christopher Collins 
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2010 5:57 AM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ; jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: Re: Accesible sound recording and editing software

Hi!  If you're really serious about recording, you can't do much better than 
Sound Forge.  Of course, it's more money, but if that's really what you are 
wanting to do, it's worth it.  Jim Snowbarger has written scripts for it and 
you can find them at
http://www.snowmanradio.comAt 05:44 PM 7/2/2010 +0200, Jörgen Magnusson wrote:

  Hi all.
  I have to record a number of lectures. Therefore, I am looking for software 
that works well when I give my lecture but that is go when I edit the mp3-file 
as well. I have heard that Soundforge should work, but as technology develops I 
thought it was a good idea to ask here befoe buying it. I mostly talk but 
sometimes I might want to cheer up the lecture with some music between diferent 
parts. Thankful for any sugestions. I use Jaws 11.
  Best, JÖrgen
  Doctor of theology 
  Jörgen Magnusson
  Mid Sweden University
  Department of humanities
  Lecturer in religious studies
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