audio editing

Sound Forge Pro Mac

As Mac pro video users are scratching their heads on where to move for audio editing solutions after the demise of Soundtrack Pro, Sony has finally made Sound Forge Pro available on the Mac.

Sony redesigned the interface specifically for OS X and offers the ability to use legacy Sound Forge event-based editing as well.  It offers 64-bit/192kHz maximum quality and up to 32 channels simultaneous recording.

Sound Forge Pro Mac 1.0 starts at $269 and has a free trial available on Sony’s website.

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M-Audio AV30

I’ve been using the M-Audio AV30 desktop monitors for a year or so now for video editing and just general desktop audio use.  They are 15-watt powered monitors driving 3-inch woofers and 3/4-inch tweeters. [click to continue…]

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