Setting Up Sound Forge (5:11)
The Workspace (9:19)
Recording in Sound Forge (8:21)
Editing & Processing Audio Pt. 1 (9:00)
Editing & Processing Audio Pt. 2 (9:03)
Markers & Regions (8:27)
Plug-Ins & FX Management (12:11)
Envelopes & Automation (4:09)
Looping & Sampling (13:19)
Mastering & Restoration (11:45)
Disc Authoring (9:11)
Few audio editors have the power and reputation of Sound Forge Pro 11 for Windows. In this in-depth video tutorial series, studio guru Dave Askew shows you how to get the most out of this editing and sound design platform.
Dave starts by explaining why Sound Forge is considered one of the most beloved audio swiss army knives available today. Then he goes right into setup and how to use the Workspace to customize your user experience.
With the user interface covered, Dave demonstrates how to record audio using Sound Forge, and then explores the editing and processing tools available to you.
Next, Dave shows you how to use markers and regions to keep your project organized, and how to add and manage third-party plug-ins to Sound Forge Pro 11.
Moving on, you’ll learn all about envelopes and automation allowing you to automate effects in Sound Forge for even more creative possibilities.
Wrapping it up, Dave gives you practical situations in which you can use Sound Forge Pro 11, including looping and sampling, mastering and restoration, as well as for disc authoring.
Whether you’re new to Sound Forge Pro or an experienced user looking for advanced techniques, watch “Sound Forge Pro 11 for Windows Explained today”!
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Submitted 2 years ago
Quite a good overview!
I received Sound Forge Pro 11 as part of the Samplitude Pro X3 Suite and was not certain what I would do with it, since Samplitude is itself such a powerful and versatile piece of software. Now I see many use cases for which the best tool would indeed be Sound Forge! I definitely recommend this one for other owners of Samplitude Pro X3 Suite. Highlights are the reusable effects chains, the reusable window layouts, the sample and loop editing tools, the Sample Rate Converters and Mono/Stereo mode converters, the many editing tools, playlists AND cut-lists, great metering options for mastering, powerful restoration tools and CD burning tools. NOT covered that I wish received some attention was the advanced CD tools like ISRC inclusion, the surround tools (including Dolby Surround exports), and the other media burning tools. But this course got me rolling and comfortable with the program, so - five stars from me!
I am a: Semi-Pro, Audio Engineer, Musician, Sound Designer, Hobbyist
Submitted 2 years ago
Well organized series
Moves fast but covers the bases while being comprehensible.
I am a: Hobbyist
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