Audio Studio 11

dennis-marcucci wrote on 10/29/2017, 6:54 PM

Hope someone can help. When I record a file and save it, then I would like to reopen the file and continue recording where I left off, I then open the recording window, I would like the timer in the recording window to match the time on the position timer at the bottom left of the program, so I know how much  I recorded.


T.W. wrote on 11/1/2017, 7:47 AM

Do you mean Audio Studio 10 or 12? or SOUND FORGE Pro 11?

dennis-marcucci wrote on 11/1/2017, 8:48 AM

Audio Studio 12. I just received a response. Instead of just placing the cursor at the end of the file and continue recording where I left off, I was told I have to record the new file, cut & paste it on the old file, every time I stop recording and continue recording!! No way!! This was the developers mistake!! The old version was more user friendly!! I will continue using the Audio studio 10. New and improved isn’t always “improved”.

florian-simon wrote on 11/1/2017, 10:00 AM

Dear Mr Marcucci, this Florian from Magix Technical Support again. It is actually possible to continue recording within the same file in Sound Forge Audio Studio 12. You just need to make sure, that you are choosing the same file format (stereo/mono wave), bit depth (e.g. 24 bit) and sample rate (eg. 44,1kHz) in the recording window. Otherwise, Soundforge creates a new file.

dennis-marcucci wrote on 11/1/2017, 10:27 AM

Yes...but, the problem is the position timer doesn’t continue recording from where I left off, it is still while I’m recording the new take, so I have no idea how far I’m into recording. The old version of the program when Sony had the program, when I stopped recording, edited the file, then continued recording where I left off, I just positioned the cursor at the end of the file and the timer continued from where I left off. On this program it is at the position where I left off. To find out where I’m, I have to stop recording, then the position timer will tell me where I’m, not while recording. As I said, the old version was great!!