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Re: "Acid" from Sonic Foundary

What about the program Sound Forge itself? Isn't that more of a real
"editor"? How would you compare Sound Forge to other affordable Windows
sound editors like Cakewalk and CuBase?

Javier wrote:
> I'm buying this thing a.s.a.p. myself.  I intend to use it by recording 
>loops "live" with my guitar synthesisers, keyboards, etc., as you say, a 
>la Jamman + Echoplex.
> This is one cool program.  Acid is cool.
> Javier Miranda
> Berkeley, CA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Recker [mailto:john@rendition.com]
> Sent: Friday, April 24, 1998 1:07 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> Subject: "Acid" from Sonic Foundary
> I ran across the following on the Sound Foundary www site
> (http://www.sfoundry.com/Acid/default.html):
>     My impression based on this brief description is that this is more 
>intended as
> mixer for creating dance style loops, but I was wondering if anyone saw 
> at NAMM and knew if it had the ability to interactively record and 
> loops ala jamman/edp.
> thanx,
> jr
> John Recker
> Rendition, Inc.
> john@rendition.com