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SOUND FORGE Audio Studio

Introductory video

This introductory video will show you the basic functions in SOUND FORGE Audio Studio. Learn how to load and play audio files as well as edit them in a number of ways. Then to conclude, we convert the file and burn an audio CD.


In this video, you will learn how to make a voice recording using a microphone. You can also record audio material from a tape deck, radio or a CD player.

Editing essentials

In this video, you'll learn all the editing basics, such as how to delete, cut and copy audio files and move them to a different location. Here, we'll also explain the two Drag & Drop modes, as well as "Paste" and "Mix" functions.

Event editing

Non-destructive events are automatically created during the insertion and cutting of audio material that can be modified, regrouped or faded in later. This video shows you the best way to work with events them.

Effect editing

In this video, you will learn how audio effects can be applied to an entire file or to a specific range. Finally, we'll describe how to create and use a VST plug-in chain.

Markers and regions

Markers and regions can be used to tag specific positions and passages of audio material in a project. This video will show you how markers and regions work.

Song compilations

To burn an audio CD or create a song list, you can combine several audio files. In this video, we'll show you how it's done.

LP recording and restoration

This video will show you how to digitize an LP record, optimize its sound and save it as a audio CD.