Sunday, October 02, 2022
Table of Articles
Test Drive: Recording and Editing on iGizmos
The R.A.P. CD - July 2011
Production News - July 2011
July 2011 Highlights
Q It Up: Still not using Pro Tools? Why haven’t you made the switch? -- Part 1
Is Branding B.S.?
"...And Make It Real Creative!": Being Wally Wingert, Act I
Production 212: Please Pass the Gouda
Personal Computing: Is the PC Really Dying?
Radio Hed: This May Not Be for You
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WWJ Detroit Overnight Anchor Killed
Roy Preaches: Frequency, Frequency, Frequency
The Monday Morning Memo: Are You a Manager or a Leader?
New York State Broadcasters Association Names Winners Of 2022 Excellence In Broadcasting Awards
Luminate Releases Fall 2022 'Music 360' Report On Music Listeners' Behavior
Audacity 3.2 Dives Into DAWness
BBC World Service to end 10 radio services and cut 382 job positions
R. Kelly Ordered To Pay Victim For STD & Therapy
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Test Drive: Sony Sound Forge Version 9.0
June 01, 2007
by Steve Cunningham Sony’s Sound Forge has had a long reign as one of the heavyweights in stereo editing. We last looked at Forge in 2005 with version 8 (see the May 2005 issue of RAP ), which added audio scrubbing, ASIO and VST...
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