You can go to a free option Audacity, or you can use Reaper, which is every bit as good as sonar.
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I believe it is $60.00, but I purchased my copy a while ago.
I use both, and they work well.
73 N2DYN Angelo
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sound forge is not a multi-track editor, including sf14 which I own.
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On 5/6/2020 7:44 AM, Fresh Start wrote:
I am currently using version 11 and have used nine for years and didn’t
have any issues. However, I do have a few questions as well.
I had to move to a Windows ten pro. Computer. A program called Sonar
and cake walk don’t work in that environment. It it possible to do
multi-track recordings in Soundforge 11 and above? I would be very
greatful to carry on this conversation off line if allowed so as not to
clog up this list with too many questions. Thanks in advance.
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I'm using version 14 and I had no problem with this.
On 05/05/2020 10:52, Andrea Sherry wrote:
Any users of this program care to comment. When I attemp to change
some of the checkboxes in the menu NVDA does not recognise them as
checkboxes. Has anyone else had this experience? Is there a work round?
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