This is a dissapointing read.

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Wormhelmet, Feb 11, 2002.

  1. Wormhelmet

    Wormhelmet Active Member

    Feb 11, 2002
    This is my first post here. I went through several threads reading all posts, and I got to say I'm really dissapointed reading all the lack of support responses. I use Acid Pro 3.0 all the time. not for remixes, but for final song creation. When I first started using the computer for music, I didn't quite understand or want to wade through 13 mb of pdf files to figure out how to make a tune, so I found an easy one to record my guitar, synth playing, and throw samples in too. I then exported loops of my own creation into .wav, then imported into Acid Pro. This was really simple for me to understand. The Sonic Foundry products have given me ease of use without actually having to hit the help section very often. I often record straight into acid, then edit and tailor in sound forge. The products are all so easy to get amazing results from without a headache. I really hope that this forum stays around, because when I get more technical in my productions, then I'll want answers. It would be nice if I didn't have to wait months for replies. Love this whole RO site BTW. I've been missing out on a lot apparently.
  2. Wormhelmet

    Wormhelmet Active Member

    Feb 11, 2002
    I forgot to mention that if they came out with an Acid pro version that supported VSTi's and had some sequencer built in too, I probably wouldn't use any other software. Cheers!
  3. Ang1970

    Ang1970 Well-Known Member

    Sep 5, 2000
    Don't worry Worm, we haven't forgot about you. I just sent a note to Dave Chaimson about looking for a new moderator for this forum. Hopefully that will start the ball rolling again. :)
  4. ozraves

    ozraves Active Member

    Feb 25, 2002
    oklahoma city
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    acid is an incredible program. i got into having a pc daw rather than a mac just b/c of acid.

    vst instrument support of dx instrument support is much needed. you're not alone in asking for it.
  5. davec

    davec Guest

    While we won't be able to dedicate any Sonic Foundry staff to moderating the forum 'full-time', we will check in from time to time. I've also sent the request for a moderator to many industry pros...hopefully, someone will step forward. Thanks. Dave Chaimson, Sonic Foundry

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