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    Acid or Sound Forge

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    I have a Sony Vaio computer that came with Sound Forge and Acid and I am planning to record commercials to send to radio stations. I am wondering if anyone can tell me which program I should use. Any information would be appreciated as I am new to the whole concept.

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    you can record in acid....but may I suggest you do this


    Record/Track using Vegas...... Sequence everything in Acid and edit in Sound forge

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    Thanks for the reply!!

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    acid vs sf

    i agree with the above...i have acid and vegas audio, and i use acid for cool background stuff, but all recording...mixing...etc is in vegas. With vegas audio, i have no real need for Sound Forge, unless someone can tell me otherwise.

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    I still use Cakewalk Pro 9 for multitracking, then import them to acid, add beats/samples/loops, then finalize things in sonudforge.

    Kinda the same thing they are saying, but another software option you may want to explore.
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    Re: acid vs sf

    Originally posted by kormaniac
    i agree with the above...i have acid and vegas audio, and i use acid for cool background stuff, but all recording...mixing...etc is in vegas. With vegas audio, i have no real need for Sound Forge, unless someone can tell me otherwise.
    Sound Forge would be used for your editing. Even when I use Vegas, I still export to Sound Forge for my editing functions.
    Peace...

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