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Software Review: Sonic Foundry's Sound Forge XP

One measure of a good basic tool is the amount of time it takes you to learn and use it. Ideally, you should be able to put a software disk into your computer, install it with a minimum of fuss, and run it without years of study.The Sound Forge XP audio editing program from Sonic Foundry lets you do that and more. It's just so intuitive that you might not use it for months at a time, but you won't have to worry about relearning it. Syntrillium's Cool Edit used to be that easy to use, but it's been changed into a high-end monstrosity with too many features and not enough interface. Even so, Sound Forge XP -- actually the "small version" of Sonic Foundry's own high-end Sound Forge audio program -- has plenty of features of its own, and it's an unmatchable value for around $50 (even better for Director 7 users, it's included as part of that package). Sound Forge XP 4.0 from Sonic Foundry
Price: $49.00 (downloadable)
Requirements: 16 MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, Pentium, 10 MB disk space
Demo: Sonic Foundry Download Area [ Click here to move to the next part of the article ]


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