rraud wrote on 11/7/2022, 4:50 PM

Welcome to the Magix Sound Forge users community @Derrick-Fields.

There is no 'end-of-support' date on this users forum and most issues can be resolved going back to the Sonic Foundry versions, The Magix end-of-support date is kind of a gray area. I would speculate (Sony) Sound Forge 11 and earlier versions are no longer 'officially' supported. Email Magix for a definitive answer.. if there is one.

john_barr wrote on 11/7/2022, 5:46 PM

Hi rraud. You're right. Sound Forge was better in Sonic Foundry's days.

Carlos-Martinez7325 wrote on 11/7/2022, 5:49 PM

hello im trying get someone to help me pls i buy sound forge pro 15 and i have not used it because i have a mac how can get d max version

rraud wrote on 11/7/2022, 6:48 PM

Magix is usually very accommodating 'and may' swap the PC version for the Mac version. No guarantees though. Email or and ask.
That said, I think development has ended for Sound Forge Mac. Read Jeff's sticky: