Sony Creative Software Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 – 2011 [Old Version]

Sony Creative Software Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 – 2011 [Old Version]

  • Record and edit audio from virtually any source
  • Digitize and restore vinyl and cassettes
  • Vocal Eraser to create custom karaoke tracks
  • Over 30 built-in effects & processes
  • Follow along with Show Me How tutorials and learn as you go

Sound Forge Audio Studio software is the easiest way to record, edit, encode, and master audio on your home computer. Capture live performances in high-fidelity sound at the touch of a button. Expertly edit recordings to balance sound levels, trim unwanted sections, or synchronize audio with video. Restore old vinyl and cassette recordings. Customize your creations with built-in effects such as EQ, reverb, delay, and chorus. To share, simply burn your own CDs or convert audio to formats ideal fo


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Sony Creative Software Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 – 2011 [Old Version]

Behringer UCG102 Guitar-to-USB Interface

  • Plug in your favorite guitar and turn your PC or Mac computer into a guitar amp and recording system without the need for any other hardware
  • Package also includes link to download Kristal 16-track music production and Audacity editing software
  • Works directly with your PC or Mac computer – ultra-low latency ASIO driver for PC included
  • Stereo Headphone output lets you jam with your computer and can also be used for monitoring with active monitor speakers
  • Variable-speed file playback function for MP3, WAV, AIFF audio files – perfect for easy learning and practicing

BEHRINGER GUITAR LINK UCG102 The Ultimate Guitar-to-USB Interface to Jam and Record with Killer Modeling Amps and Effects Plug in your favorite guitar and turn your PC or Mac computer into a guitar amp and recording system without the need for any other hardware Directly works with your PC or Mac computer – ultra-low latency ASIO driver for PC audio optimization included Stereo Headphone output lets you jam with your computer and can also be used for monitoring with active monitor speakers Pow


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5 thoughts on “Sony Creative Software Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 – 2011 [Old Version]

  1. 17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sound Forge is still pretty good, September 29, 2011
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    Mr. Fahey “TBW” (ARKANSAS) –

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    I have used Sound Forge 6.0 for years to do sound editing and recording. When I upgraded to Windows 7, I found that I couldn’t port my old copy of SF6.0 to the new computer so I had to purchase this version.

    It’s not too shabby. It will do basically everything 6.0 did. Some of the controls are different or in a different menu, but after a few uses, I’ve been able to do almost everything I could before.

    Word to the wise, one of the best things Sound Forge did in Windows XP was allow you to record sound off of websites. However, Microsoft and the sound card companies whose products are used on a lot of PCs have removed the ability of the computer to do this, it is not a problem with Sound Forge. So you will want to check that your computer’s sound card will allow that recording. I didn’t and now I have to find work arounds.

    Still debating if I need to replace ACID. I think overall, Adobe Soundbooth would work better for me, but it’s way too expensive for someone who’s a casual user.

    I am glad I have this new version of sound forge on my new computer, it responds well on the IBM Thinkpad. Solid product.

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  2. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great audio editing proggy, March 28, 2012
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    J. Muir

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    I’ve used SF quite a bit in the past and my old SF8 didn’t play nicely with Win 7 when I upgraded, so I bought Audio Studio 10.
    Installed without a hitch and ported over/referenced all the third party plugs as expected.

    I’m using SF10 AS for finalizing/mastering .wavs exported out of Sonar.
    All the track/bus automation and plugs are done in the DAW, export to stereo, then do the final audio cleanup and sweetening in SF (normalizing, balancing, limiting, eq, multiband compressing, etc).
    Even though I can do all that stuff in Sonar, I just find it easier to do the final audio editing steps in SF once it’s dropped to stereo. Always have.

    I also use SF10 AS for cleaning up/converting old LPs to mp3s.
    I record the lps in Sonar since it’s easier to cut & separate into tracks, export the single tracks (songs) then do the audio editing in SF.
    The recording can be done in SF, but I’d rather cut up the songs into tracks in the DAW rather than parse them out in SF.
    Once the song .wav is in SF, I can quickly cut & trim the beginnings/endings – mouse wheel zoom right down to the “sine wave”, and trim/crop at the null point so the song won’t start/stop with a pop, save as mp3.

    Sometimes a click/pop/scratch supressor plug can dull the overall sound (if set agressively), so I typically just skip that & zoom in on the offending pop, mouse draw the spike to a normal level, and 99 times out of 100 it will remove the pop with no adverse affect on the rest of the audio.

    I didn’t need all the bells & whistles in the SF10 Pro version, just a good solid audio editing proggy with additional features: cd rips, publish to web, burn to cd, etc and Audio Studio is more than adequate.

    One thing I positively hate in SF is if you have to put in a fade-in/out or a volume envelope, this little unexpandable, unzoomable, unscrollable window popup is displayed.
    You can apply an envelope to a smaller section of the track if you highlight a section of the track first, and just that section shows up in the popup, but’s real klunky to work that way.

    If you don’t highlight a section, the whole track is in the little popup.
    Applying a volume envelope to that is like using a chainsaw to slice a tomato.

    Wish they would have it so the envelope is displayed in the main screen so you can zoom in and adjust in finer detail.
    Other that that, it’s great for what it can do at a great price.

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  3. 50 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    May Have Some Issues If You Are New To Garageband, June 5, 2011
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    M. B. Schell
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    I Just received this yesterday and immediately tried to hook up my guitar to Garageband through my Mac (OS 10.6.7, GB11 V6.02). I spent a frustrating hour and a half trying to play my guitar through my computer and speakers and finally gave up. Part of the problem is that I am just getting to know the Garageband program. The lack of manufacturer documentation for using the UCG102 for use with Garageband is also surprising given it appears that Behring appears to be a major supplier to the music industry. Of course this amateur part of the biz is probably new to them. That said, after some fiddling I got it to work. I figured I would write the instructions that don’t appear to exist. This is just if you are using a Mac and the latest version of Garageband, not sure if this will be helpful if you have another setup.

    1) Start Garageband with the UCG102 unplugged.

    2) Select new project and click on the electric guitar icon. A dialog box will pop up that will allow you to name and create a new project. When you click create you will see a image that has a guitar under the heading “Tracks” on the left side of the garage band window. On the right side there should be an image of a Guitar amp. Using the menu selection above the picture of the amp you can select different amps. Pick an amp.

    3) Plug the UCG102 into your computer USB port. A few seconds later a dialog box will pop up that says “Garageband is scanning your system for audio devices, and has detected a device named “USB Audio Codec”.” Select “Yes” you want to use the device.

    4) Now this step is the one I originally missed. Go to Garageband Preferences and select “Audio/Midi”. For “Audio Output” select whatever speakers you computer uses to provide audio (not doing this is where I originally messed up). Even if you were previously playing audio using Garageband you have to do this step. For Audio input select “USB Audio Codec” and close the preferences window.

    5) Once you select the amp you want on the right hand side of the screen, double click on the amp image. You should see an image showing the back of the amp. Below it you will now see two pull down menus. The input source should will either be “Mono 1 (Audio CODEC)” or “Mono 2 (Audio CODEC)”. Now go to the second menu called Monitor and select “ON”. Also make sure you computer sound volume is on.

    6) You should be good to go.

    Hope this helps. Time to make music.

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  4. 39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works fine with a Mac, January 25, 2011
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    Simple, easy

    Plugged it into a Mac, plugged the guitar into it, plugged in headphones, worked fine with Garageband. Sound is clear and no latency on my setup. Can’t comment on the windows side since I don’t have a windows pc to test against.

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  5. 35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    works well, October 7, 2008
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    I have not had the problems other posters have had. The ASIO driver that comes with the ucg102 works well with the guitar combo filters. (yes the website does exist to get one of the guitar combos to unlock forever). If you have problems with the device first read this section of the readme file of the driver:
    3. IMPORTANT NOTES:
    ——————-
    -> Driver will be installed ONLY on USB port where your hardware is connected while installation!

    -> After installation ALL other audio drivers are blocked on this USB port!

    -> For using different drivers: Connect your USB audio hardware to a different USB port.

    -> Alternative drivers which work fine with the named hardware products:
    Win XP only: ASIO2KS (from the BEHRINGER U-CONTROL Download page)
    Win XP + Vista: ASIO4ALL (see providers homepage)

    This being said I am able to get this device to work with Audacity(one of the programs that comes with the device) just by plugging into another USB port. Also I have used the ASIO4ALL driver which eliminates the need to unplug the devices when switch between Audacity and the guitar combo application.

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