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Digital Music Doctor Sound Forge 9 - Know It All! DVD
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Digital Music Doctor's Sound Forge 9 - Know It All! DVD is your complete guide to audio recording, editing, and mastering with Sound Forge. The Overv...Click To Read More About This Product
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Digital Music Doctor's Sound Forge 9 - Know It All! DVD is your complete guide to audio recording, editing, and mastering with Sound Forge. The Overview section covers the features that are new to Sound Forge 9 and also provides an introductory tour of the Sound Forge workspace.
The second section, "Projects," is the heart of the course. It has a Quick Start tutorial, which provides an introduction to Sound Forge editing and processing tools, followed by three in-depth modules, which demonstrate editing and processing techniques using project examples.
The "Tools & Techniques" tutorials contain seven mini-tutorials, which cover the specialized functions available in Sound Forge: spectrogram, video, MIDI, batch converter, acid loops, synthesis, and repairing. Finally, there is a section on CD Architect 5.2, which covers both CD creation as well as mastering using the iZotope Mastering Bundle.
The Sound Forge 9 tutorials are 2 hours and 14 minutes of Adobe Flash videos in data DVD and digital download formats.
Introduction: Explains how the course is organized and how to use the interactive navigation control bar. 3:41 in length.
What's New: Covers the 8 channels of Sound Forge 9--multichannel, iZotope mastering bundle, noise reduction bundle, GraceNote, Dolby AC3, phase scope meters, Sony internet mastering, and Windows Vista support. 2:39 in length.
Grand Tour: Introduces the main components of the Sound Forge workspace--data windows, selections, preferences, toolbars, status boxes, time ruler, and play meters. 10:44 in length.
Quick Start: Overview of the functions and techniques that are used in audio editing and processing, including file types, shortcuts, cut, copy, and paste; fades ripping; saving projects; normalize; volume curves; recording; undo and redo; repeat; real time processing; and multichannel architecture. 16:30 in length.
Editing: Introduction of the tools and facilities available for editing projects, including markers, playlist/cutlist, auto trim/crop, regions, auto region, crossfading, panning, mixing, replicating, channel expanding, and channel conversion. 12:47 in length.
Processing I: Topics include normalization, limiters, compression, expansion, and gates. 11:59 in length.
Processing II: Topics include band EQ, EQ shelving, reverb, and acoustic mirror. 9:06 in length.
Repair: Topics include clipping, glitches, repair, clipped peak repair, noise reduction, click and crackle removal, and audio restoration. 8:43 in length.
Generating Sounds: Three tone-generating functions will be covered, including simple synthesis, DTMF Tone Generator, and FM synthesizer. 1:09 in length.
Batch Converter: Two batch-processing functions available in Sound Forge 9 will be covered, including Batch Converter and Script Editor. 3:06 in length.
MIDI Keyboard & Triggers: Covers the three functions related to MIDI, namely MIDI Keyboard, MIDI triggers, and region triggers. 2:51 in length.
Acid Loops: Covers three types of Acid files that can be created in Sound Forge--one shots, loops, and beatmapped files. 3:22 in length.
Video: Shows an example of audio/video synchronization and covers video formats, audio/video synchronization, and time stretching. 6:11 in length.
Spectrum Analysis: Covers spectrogram, sonogram, graph settings, graph slices, and snapshots. 3:31 in length.
CD Architect Overview: Overview of CD Architect, including Redbook format, timeline, toolbar, media pool, takes, playlist, track list, and trimmer. 9:24 in length.
CD Creation: Provides an example of how to create a CD and covers media conversion, fades/crossfades, trimmer editing, normalization, volume adjustments, FX packages, plug-in chains, and CD burning. 14:32 in length.
Mastering: Introduces some of the most commonly used techniques in mastering, and uses the iZotope Mastering Bundle, which is now included in Sound Forge 9--multiband dynamics, mastering reverb, loudness maximization, and pan/expand. 12:15 in length.
- Operating System: Windows XP/Vista
- Sound Forge: Sound Forge 9 or later
- Main Memory (RAM): 256 MB
- Disk Space: 550 MB
- Total Length: 2 hours, 14 minutes