Reviews and Problems with Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio 10
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Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio 10
4 January 2011
Summary: Verdict: While the latest iteration offers some improvements over its predecessor, its high price and somewhat limited feature set make this hard to fully recommend. The audio editing tools included in some of Sony’s own audio/video suites would easily satisfy the needs of most.
Pros: Improved audio resolution, Apple AAC support.
Summary: In general operation, Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio 9.0 is a polished product, giving more fine control over two-channel audio than the popular open-source Audacity program. Figure in its elementary video integration and it fully justifies its competitive price.
Summary: It's refreshing to spend so little on a piece of audio editing software, and even better when it features a selection of tools sufficient to produce decent-sounding results. Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio 9.0 benefits from a user-friendly interface, interactive help and a large collection of audio effects, as well as several practical new features.