Another tool that has become a standard part of my video toolkit is Sound Forge Audio Studio 12.
This is the “simplified” version of Sound Forge, but don’t let that fool you, this program is powerful!
I wasn’t a previous user of Sound Forge, but as a long time user of the Vegas software line, Magix sent over a copy for me to check out.
I didn’t know how I’d integrate it, but figured it would be worth a try, plus it came with Ozone Elements, which is a plus!
I had some vocals that were recorded without my headset, so there was a little noise in the background, I figured I’d test their audio restoration tools to see if it could get close to what I was used to from Izotope’s RX.
Well….I found it to be even better for my use, it was quicker to get exactly what I was looking for, the controls were simple, plus it just sounded good with no artifacts or thinning out of vocal frequencies.
Definitely a tool to checkout if you’re using an onboard mic or just want a quick way to clean up your audio for videos (or any audio editing in general)
I also use it to capture audio for product demos and tutorials.
Grab your copy: http://amzn.to/2hPxiAL
Any Sound Forge users out there? If so, how are you using it in your workflow?
Looks to be a nice piece of software but it’s just for Windows?
Yeah unfortunately it is.