SP. wrote on 10/8/2022, 4:00 PM

@Jean-Lambert Sound Forge cannot do this. It's for editing individual audio files.

rraud wrote on 10/8/2022, 5:44 PM

Sound Forge is a multi-channel application primarily for editing and mastering. If you need to mix or record multiple audio tracks (for instance, guitars, keys, vocals, bass and drums), you want a multi-track application (aka, DAW). Acid, Audition, ProTools, Reaper, Samplitude and the free Audacty are popular multi-track options. Vegas Pro video has a substantial multi-track DAW built in, which Sound Forge can be integrated to.

btw, welcome to the Magix Sound Forge users community @Jean-Lambert.

Jean-Lambert wrote on 10/8/2022, 6:47 PM

I have COOL Edit that for some unknown reason pop's up with NOT confirgured for your system.

Thanks anyhow. Regards Jean lambert

rraud wrote on 10/9/2022, 10:03 AM

Adobe acquired Cool Edit Pro from Syntrillium in 2003 and renamed it "Adobe Audition". I believe 'Audition' is currently only available on a subscription basis.
I favored Vegas and Sound Forge over Cool Edit around 1999 for audio work. At that time, Vegas was an audio-only DAW. Video was later added as an option.. the rest is history.