In this video tutorial, I’m going to go over Sound Forge Audio Studio, and some of the basic components, elements and functionalities of using the software to record and edit audio.
In other videos, I’m going to go over those components and functionalities in detail and how you too can master Sound Forge Audio Studio to recording audio, saving audio, editing audio, and more.
So, check out this first video to get an overview and a small introduction to what Sound Forge is like and what it can do for you.
As for me, I record and edit all of my audio using Sound Forge Audio Studio. Whether it’s for recording audio books, audio for my website, podcasting, you name it, I’m using Sound Forge Audio Studio for virtually everything.
Sure, I’m aware of a free audio recording program, but (in my experience) it can’t be compared to Sound Forge Audio Studio. In the ten plus years I’ve been using Sound Forge, I’ve found no other audio recording program works easier, faster and is more efficient when it comes to recording and editing my audio than Sound Forge Audio Studio.
Note, this is not a free program, but one you buy and download from Magix.com. Is it worth the price? You bet. I’ve used this program to record all of my books and edit all kinds of audio. I also bought it years ago, and it’s still paying for itself over and over!