Will i lose quality?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Slavebell, Feb 26, 2007.

  1. Slavebell

    Slavebell Guest

    I have lousy comp, so i need to save alot on CPU. So i wos thinking when i made a song (for exmp) in Fruity loops render each track in wav adn then open tham in Soundforge and mix there. Now my question is will i lose any quality cos of that?
  2. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    Sep 4, 2004
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    That should work fine. Just don't render to MP3 (or other compressed format). THAT would be a problem.
  3. Slavebell

    Slavebell Guest

    thank u for quick reply. And i will render in 24bit wave
  4. Spy

    Spy Guest

    Sound Forge is a mono/stereo editor with the ability to record and/or convert (format, bit depth, sample rate, etc.) mono/stereo tracks. However, it doesn't have the ability to mix more than one mono/stereo track in the way that a sequencer (e.g. Vegas, Cubase, Sonar, etc.) does.

    If Fruity is your only sequencer you'll have to use it if you want/need to do any mixing. Have you tried the version 7 upgrade yet? I suspect not, since it hasn't been called Fruity Loops since version 4. If you got the downloaded version you're entitled to free upgrades for life so you might as well take them. Even if you bought the boxed version, the cost of the upgrade is only about $30 - worth the punt if you ask me.

  5. Slavebell

    Slavebell Guest

    Yes i have FL7(downloaded version)... Fl4 i think dont even have wave support... Its not that program isnt good i just cant mix with it cos my CPU overload... Now im exporting all tracks in 24bit wave adn importing in Cubase. I dont even own soundforge i realy dont know why i said it...lol Sorry
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