Stereo Editor suggestions..

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by JBlake, Nov 8, 2002.

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  1. JBlake

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    I run a talking book recording studio. The entire program is volunteer based so I need to use software that can be dumbed down. All the recording is being done in Sound Forge XP. The volunteers drop markers in the file to note mistakes and then it's sent to an editor. We're running Vegas as the editor right now.
    Can anybody suggest a non-destructive stereo editor for Windows? The one caveat is that it needs to be able to recognize markers created in sound forge xp. Unfortunately WaveLab doesn't. I would use Sound Forge but it gets REAL slow when you start dealing with files over an hour long.
    Thanks in advance.


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