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Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID.

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What is the diffrences between Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID? are both the same audio software?
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Re: Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID.

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SoundForge let's you edit sound files (mp3, wav, aac, etc.)
Acid let's you take sound files (loops & etc) and make a music track.
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Re: Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID.

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Yea if you want a program that can do all of that in one get Adobe Audition 2.0 it is amazing!!
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Re: Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID.

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video_game_master wrote:
Yea if you want a program that can do all of that in one get Adobe Audition 2.0 it is amazing!!




yeah, I have sony soundforge audio studio (not the professional version)

and I can tell you that if the pro version of sound forge works like the regular soundforge, you'll run into headache after headache with the annoying selection... it seems to always mess around with your selection after you click and drag. So creating seamless audio loops with the program is pretty much impossible.

Last soundforge I used was back when it was from sonic foundry... back then I don't think it had those selection issues.

I used Syntrillium's Cool Edit, which I believe was bought out to be what's now adobe audition... and that's a very nice program

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Re: Sony Soundforge and Sony ACID.

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multimediaman wrote:

video_game_master wrote:
Yea if you want a program that can do all of that in one get Adobe Audition 2.0 it is amazing!!




yeah, I have sony soundforge audio studio (not the professional version)

and I can tell you that if the pro version of sound forge works like the regular soundforge, you'll run into headache after headache with the annoying selection... it seems to always mess around with your selection after you click and drag. So creating seamless audio loops with the program is pretty much impossible.

Last soundforge I used was back when it was from sonic foundry... back then I don't think it had those selection issues.

I used Syntrillium's Cool Edit, which I believe was bought out to be what's now adobe audition... and that's a very nice program

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Yes i found adobe audition to be very simple to use get used to.... i absolutely love it... but the $300 price tag may scare some people away.....
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