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Index Sound Forge 4.5 Tutorial


Introduction
Introducing Sound Forge 4.5
Reading The Manual
Introduction
Using Sound Forge
Sampling
Midi/Smpte
Sound Forge Reference
Troubleshooting
Appendices
Getting Started
System Requirements
Intel Pentium Or Alpha Axp Microprocessor
Microsoft Windows 95 Or Windows Nt 4.0 Or Later
Windows-Compatible Sound Card
Vga Display
Cd-Rom Drive
16 Mb Ram
5 Mb Hard-Disk Space For Program Installation
Installation
Activation
Online Registration
Technical Support
Before You Call
Reaching Technical Support
Overview Of Digital Sound
Sound Waves
Loudness And Pitch
Timbre
Analog Recording And Playback
Digital Recording
The Pc Speaker
Expanding The Model
Sampling Rate
Advantages Of Digital Editing
Digital Levels
Using Sound Forge
Main Screen Basics
Using The Mouse
Pointing
Clicking
Double-Clicking
Triple-Clicking
Toggle-Clicking
Shift-Clicking
Control-Clicking
Dragging
Slow-Dragging
Dropping
The Main Screen
Program Title Bar
Data Window
Menu Bar
Status Bar
Sound Forge Workspace. Toolbars
Standard
Transport
The Data Window
Title Bar
Ruler Time
Maximize Width
Overview
Ruler Tags
Level Ruler
Level Zoom In/Out
Playbar
Position Scroll Bar
Waveform Display
Selection Status
Fields
Time Zoom
Resolution
Time Zoom In/Out
Edit Tool
Selector
Ole Drag Source
Tooltips
Getting Online Help
Data Window Basics
Opening An Existing Sound File
Playing A File
Playing A Section
Using The Transport Toolbar Vs. The Data Window Playbar
The Playbar Buttons
The Transport Toolbar
Record
Play All
Play
Pause
Stop
Go To Start
Rewind
Forward
Go To End
Creating A New Window
Active Windows Vs. Inactive Windows
Copying Data To A New File
Saving A File
Simple Editing And Navigation
Common Edit Operations
Cut
Copy
Clear/Delete
Trim/Crop
Paste
Mix
Crossfade
Making A Selection
Copying Data Onto The Clipboard
Pasting Data From The Clipboard
Pasting Data To Another Window
Cutting Data
Undoing An Edit Operation
Redoing An Edit Operation
Trimming/Cropping
Mixing
Status Formats
Samples
Time
Seconds
Absolute
Measures & Beats
Smpte Non-Drop
Smpte Drop
Smpte Ebu
Smpte Film Sync
Configuring Frames And Measures & Beats
Magnification And Zooming
Time Ruler Zooming
Level Ruler Zooming
Using Zoom Selection And Zoom Out
Magnify Tool
Advanced Editing And Navigation
Go To
Making A Selection Using The Set Selection Dialog
Adjusting The Selection Points
Extending A Selection With The Mouse
Snapping A Selection To Zero-Crossings
Selecting With The Keyboard
Restoring A Selection
The Overview
Getting The Whole Picture
Fast Navigation And Playback
Audio Event Locator
Using The Overview
Using Views
Drag And Drop Operations
Drag And Drop Crossfading
Drag And Drop Pasting
Creating A New Window With Drag And Drop
Snap To Event In Drag And Drop Operations
Advanced Mixing Options
Editing Stereo Files
Selecting Data In Stereo Files
Cursor When Selecting Both Channels Of A Stereo File Or When In A Mono File
Cursor When Selecting The Left Channel Of A Stereo File
Cursor When Selecting The Right Channel Of A Stereo File
Cursor When Extending A Selection
Toggling Channel Selections
Previewing Channels
Single Channel Editing
Working With .Avi F Iles
Opening An .Avi File
Handling Multiple Streams
.Avi Navigation
Video Strip
Video Preview
Attaching A Video To A Sound File
Saving An .Avi File
.Avi Video Compression
Compression Algorithms
Compression Settings
Editing Audio In .Avi Files
Using The Playlist With .Avi F Iles
Creating A New .Avi F Ile From The Playlist
Editing Sound Formats
Change Sound Formats
Mono To Stereo And Stereo To Mono Conversions
Channel Converter
Convert Sound Files From 16-Bit To 8-Bit
Convert Files
Embed Summary Information In .Wav And .Avi Files
Summary Information
Extended Summary Information
Default
Additional Embedded Information
Creating Realaudio, Realvideo And Netshow Files
Using Sound Forge To Create Realaudio And Realvideo Files
Preparing A Sound File For Realaudio Encoding
Normalize
Compress
Set The Realaudio And Realvideo Text Fields
Saving An Audio File As Realaudio
Saving An Avi F Ile As Realvideo
Using Sound Forge To Create Microsoft Netshow Files
Netshow Requirements
Using The Built-In Templates
Creating Custom Templates
Adding Markers And Script Commands
Adding Navigation Markers
Adding Script Commands
Sample Html Using An Asf File
Recording
Recording To A New Window
Selecting An Alternate Record Window
Sync While Recording
Available Recording Time And Recording Levels
Record Meters
Checking Record Levels
Adjusting Levels Using The Peak
Dc Adjust
Previewing Recorded Sounds
Using The Prepare Button
Recording Modes
Automatic Retake (Automatically Rewind)
Multiple Takes Creating Regions
Multiple Takes (No Regions)
Create A New Window For Each Take
Punch-In (Record A Specific Length)
Using Pre/Post-Roll With Punch-In Mode
Changing The Start Position
Dropping Markers
Recording Status
Finishing Recording
Remote Recording
Applying Sound Processing Functions
Applying Simple Processes And Effects
Applying An Effect To The Entire Sound File
Canceling A Function In Progress
Applying Functions To Stereo Files
Applying A Function To A Single Channel In A Stereo File
Using Controls
Vertical Fader And Horizontal Trackbars
Edit Box Spinner Control
Drop-Down List
Push Button
Radio Button
Check Box
Envelope Graph
Moving Multiple Envelope Points
Presets
Using A Preset
Creating And Storing Your Own Preset
Previewing An Operation
Preview Configurations
Previewing A Cut
Processing Shortcuts
Repeating An Operation
Toolbars
Changing The Selection Affected By A Function
Sound Processing Techniques
Delay/Echo
Simple
Multi-Tap Delay
Reverb
Chorus
Flange/Wah-Wah
Dynamics
Noise Gating
Compression And Limiting
Expansion
Multi-Band Dynamics
Changing Pitch And Time Duration
Altering Pitch By Changing Playback Rate
Altering Pitch Without Changing The Duration Of The Sound
Changing Time Duration Without Changing The Pitch Of A Sound
Small And Accurate Changes In Time Duration
Synthesis
Simple Synthesis
Fm Synthesis
Dtmf Synthesis
Filtering
Paragraphic Eq
Graphic Eq
Parametric Eq
The Playlist And Regions List
Why To Use The Regions List And Playlist
Fast Navigation
Destructive Vs. Non-Destructive Editing
Midi Synchronization And Triggering
Creating Regions
Creating A Region Using Menu Commands
Other Ways Of Creating Regions
Automatic Creation Of Regions
Editing A Region
Editing Regions With The Ruler Region Tags
Editing Regions In The Regions List
Adding Regions To The Playlist
Arranging The Playlist Regions
Changing The Region Playback Count
Playing A Region At Different Points In The Playlist
Removing A Region From The Playlist
Creating A New File From The Playlist
Treating The Playlist As A Cutlist
Using Markers
Creating A Marker With The Ruler Shortcut Menu
Editing Markers
Starting Playback From A Marker Location
Dropping Markers While Playing Or Recording
Using The Batch Converter
Open The Batch Converter Window
Add The Sound Files You Want To Convert
Select The Destination File Format
Add Processing Functions
Select Destination For Converted Files
Convert
Saving Conversion Settings
Processing Specific Sound Files In The List
Using Batch Scripts
Running Multiple Scripts
Automatic Batching
Previewing A Conversion
Using Spectrum Analysis
Analyzing Spectral Data
Frequency Domain
Spectrum Graph Display
Sonogram Display
Performing A Fast Fourier Transform
Spectrum Graph
Displaying The Spectrum Of A Sound File
Spectrum Graph Navigation
Selecting A Frequency Range
Selecting An Amplitude Range
Selecting Both An Amplitude And A Frequency Range
Grab/Pan Mode
Overview Window
Stereo Files
Sonogram
Displaying A Sonogram
Crash Recovery
Recover
Delete
Ignore
Optimizing Sound Forge
Hard Drive Use
Windows 9x
Windows 9x Default Configuration
Windows Nt
Windows Nt Default Configuration
Editing In Direct Mode
Fast F Ile Saving
Setting Up Wave Devices
The Sound Mapper
Total Buffer Size
Preload Size
Forced Write-Through During Record
Playback Cursor And Record Counter
Meters
Passive Updating For Video And Time Displays
Disable Scan For External Monitor
Background Processing
Audio And Video Synchronization
Sampling
Samplers
External Samplers
Midi Sample Dump Standard (Sds)
Scsi Midi Device Interface (Smdi)
Internal Samplers
Sampler Tool Dialog Options
Sampler Dialog
Configuration
Logical Send/Receive Sample Number
Actual Send Sample Number
Actual Receive Sample Number
Send Sample
Get Sample
Configure
Sampler Configuration Dialog
Name
Send To
Midi Output (Midi/Sds)
Midi Input (Midi/Sds)
Scsi Host (Scsi/Smdi)
Scsi Sampler (Scsi/Smdi)
Sample Bias
Midi Channel (Midi/Sds)
Wait For Request (Midi/Sds)
Open Loop (Midi/Sds)
Receive From
Midi Output (Midi/Sds)
Midi Input (Midi/Sds)
Scsi Host (Scsi/Smdi)
Scsi Sampler (Scsi/Smdi)
Sample Bias
Midi Channel (Midi/Sds)
Send Request (Midi/Sds)
Open Loop (Midi/Sds)
Configuring The Sampler Tool
Creating A Sampler Configuration
Internal Sampler Configuration Options
Midi/Sds Configuration Options
Midi Input And Output Ports
The Midi Channel
Handshaking
Typical Setup For Midi/Sds Transfers
Send To Configuration (Typical)
Receive From Configuration (Typical)
Scsi/Smdi Configuration Options
Selecting A Sample Bias For Your Sampler
Saving Sampler Configurations
Sending And Receiving Samples
Midi Keyboard Sampler Tool
Opening The Midi Keyboard
Configuring The Midi Keyboard Output Port And Channel
Still Donít Hear Anything?
Selecting Instruments
Creating And Editing Loops
Ways To Create Loops
Editing A Loop Without The Loop Tuner
Select
Delete
Update
Loop Tuner Sampler Tool
Looping Techniques
Match End Point Amplitudes
Match End Point Waveform Slope
Match End Point Sound Level
Avoid Very Short Loops
Try The Crossfade Loop Tool
Opening The Loop Tuner
Playing From The Loop Tuner
Switching Between Sustain And Release Loops
Fine-Tuning Loop End Points With The Loop Tuner
Zero-Crossing Finder
Lock Loop Length
Real Time Loop Tuning
Saving Loop Points
Midi/Sds Setup And Troubleshooting
Midi/Sds Hardware Requirements And Setup
Midi/Sds Troubleshooting
Scsi/Smdi Setup And Troubleshooting
Scsi/Smdi Hardware Requirements And Setup
Cabling
Scsi/Smdi Troubleshooting
Conflicting Scsi Idís
Occasional Transfer Failures
The Sampler Is Recognized But Doesnít Transfer Reliably
Synchronous Transfer Mode
Scsi Termination
Long Or Cheap Scsi Cables
Adaptec 1540/1542cf Doesnít Recognize A Sampler
Disabling The Reset Scsi Bus Option
My Scsi/Smdi-Compatible Menu Doesnít Show Up Under Windows 95
To Find The Drivers On Compuserve
To Find The Drivers On The
Updating Your Drivers
Tips And Ideas
Using Fm Synthesis With Your Sampler
Change The Game But Not The Rules
Back Up And Catalog Samples On Your Computer
Midi/Smpte
What Is Midi?
The Sonic Foundry Virtual Midi Router
Installing The Sonic Foundry Virtual Midi Router
Windows 9x
Windows Nt 4.0
Configuring The Sonic Foundry Virtual Midi Router
Windows 9x
Windows Nt 4.0
Sound Forge And Midi Triggers
Triggering File Playback From The Sonic Foundry Midi Keyboard
Using An External Midi Controller With Sound Forge
Triggering Region Playback From The Sonic Foundry Midi Keyboard
Triggering From Internal Sequencers
Triggering From External Devices
Sound Forge And Midi Time Code Synchronization
Playing Regions Using Midi Time Code From A Software Midi Sequencer
Playing Regions Using Midi Time Code From An External Device
Using Sound Forge To Generate Mtc For A Midi Sequencer
Using Sound Forge To Generate Mtc For An External Device
Sound Forge Reference
File Menu
New
Sample Rate
Sample Size
Channels
Maximum Editing Time
Open
Look In
File Name
Files Of Type
Mru Folders
Open As Read-Only
Operate Directly On The Sound File
Auto Play
Merge L/R To Stereo
Play
Open Raw Data File
Name
Sample Rate
Sample Type
Format
Channels
Byte Order
Header Bytes
Trailer Bytes
Open Video Stream
Stream
Close
Workspace
Open
Look In
File Name
Files Of Type
Save As
Save In
File Name
Save As Type
Save
Save As
Save In
File Name
Save As Type
Mru Folders
Format
Attributes
Regions/Playlist
Save Summary Information In .Avi/.Wav Files
Save Sampler Information In .Wav Files
Save As Raw Data File
Name
Sample Type
Format
Channels
Byte Order
Video Save Options
Streams
Save Audio To New Stream
Compression Options
Choose A Stream
Interleave Frames
Options
Video Compression
Compressor
Compression Quality
Key Frames Every
Data Rate
Configure
Preview
Save .Ra File
Enable Selective Record Capabi Lities
Enable Perfectplay Capabilities
Create Event File (Rae) From Marker And Region Labels
Save Audio Stream
Audio Compression
Stereo To Mono Conversion
Save Video Stream
Video Compression
Video Compression Quality
Optimize Frame Rate
Frames Per Second
Re-Size Video Frames To
Desired Maximum Data Rate
Save .Asf File
Template
Description
Details
Properties
Generate Redirector Files
Asf Server Path
Use Alternate Destination Folder For Asx Files
Play Start Position
Play Length
Markers And Script Commands
Custom
Template Name
Bandwidth
Codec Options
Edit
Remove
Save
Cancel
Save All
Properties
General
Summary
Format
Video
Send
Exit
The Edit Menu
Undo
Redo
Repeat
Cut
Copy
Copy Object Link
Paste
Paste Special
Crossfade
Mix
Overwrite
Replicate
Paste To New
Trim/Crop
Clear/Delete
Select All
Preview Cut/Cursor
Pre-Roll To Cursor
Tool
Edit
Magnify
Pencil
Go To
Position
Input Format
Selection
Snap To Time
Snap Edge To Time
Snap To Zero
Snap Edge To Zero
Set
Undo All
Disable Undo/Redo
The View Menu
Maximize Width
Full Screen
Toolbars
Clipboard
Contents
Play
Zoom Level
Out Full
Window
Selection
Zoom Time
In Full
Normal
Out Full
Selection
Focus To Data Window
Regions List
Playlist
Keyboard
Mixer
Time Display
Video Preview
Play Meters
Undo/Redo History
Loop Tuner
The Special Menu
Transport
Record
Play All
Play
Pause
Stop
Go To Start
Rewind
Forward
Go To End
Play Normal Mode
Play Looped Mode
Play As Sample Mode
Regions List
Add Marker/Region
Delete Region
Edit Marker/Region
Replicate
Split
Update
Clear
Markers To Regions
Open
Save As
Copy Onto Clipboard
Playlist/Cutlist
Add
Delete
Edit
Replicate
Clear
Stop Point
Pre-Roll Playback
Open
Save As
Copy Onto Clipboard
Convert To New
Treat As Cutlist
Delete Cut Regions
Asf Markers/Commands
Save As
Import
Add Command
Acid Looping Tools
Halve Selection
Double Selection
Shift Selection Left
Shift Selection Right
Rotate Audio
Edit Acid Properties
One-Shot
Loop
Disk-Based
Edit Sample
Edit Frame Rate
Set Frame Rate To
Frames Per Second
Edit Tempo
Center Cursor
Drop Marker
Mark In
Mark Out
Toggle Selection
Undo/Redo History
Clear
Clear All
Rebuild Peak Data
The Process Menu
Auto Trim/Crop
Function
At Tack Threshold
Release Threshold
Fade In
Fade Out
Minimum Inter-Phrase Silence
Minimum Length Following Loop End
Channel Converter
Output Channels
New Left Channel
New Right Channel
Convert To 8-Bit
Truncate
Round
Dither
Dc Offset
Automatically Detect And Remove
Adjust Dc Offset By
Compute Dc Offset From First 5 Seconds Only
Eq
Graphic
Paragraphic
Parametric
Fade
Graphic Fade
Fade In
Fade Out
Insert Silence
Insert
Invert/Flip
Mute
Normalize
Normalize Using Peak Level
Normalize Using Average Rms Power (Loudness)
Normalize To
Scan Settings
Pan/Expand
Process Mode
Output Gain
Resample
New Sample Rate
Apply An Anti-Alias Filter During Resample
Set The Sample Rate Only (Do Not Resample)
Reverse
Smooth/Enhance
Time Compress/Expand
Mode
Final Length
Blend Edges With Adjoining Data
Volume
Gain
The Effects Menu
Amplitude Modulation
Dry Out
Modulated Out
Modulator Shape
Modulator Frequency
Modulate Channels Out Of Phase (Pan)
Chorus
Input Gain
Dry Out
Chorus Out
Chorus Size
Feedback
Invert The Chorus Phase
Chorus Out Delay
Modulation Rate
Modulation Depth
Attenuate Frequencies Above
Delay/Echo
Simple
Multi-Tap
Distortion
Dry Out
Distorted Out
Threshold Level
Clamp Level
Curvature
Hard Clip For Maximum Speaker Thrashing
Dynamics
Graphic
Multi-Band
Envelope
Envelope Graph
Reset Envelope
Smooth Gain To Minimize Distortion On Steep Slopes
Show Wave
Flange/Wah-Wah
Flange
Phaser
Wah-Wah
Dry Out
Wet Out
Rate
Depth
Center Frequency
Resonance
Gapper/Snipper
Function
Frequency To Gap/Snip Events
Length Of One Event
Fade Edges Of Each Event By
Noise Gate
Threshold Level
At Tack Time
Release Time
Pitch
Pitch Bend
Pitch Shift
Reverb
Reverberation Mode
Dry Out
Reverb Out
Early Out
Early Reflections Style
Decay Time
Pre-Delay
Attenuate Bass Frequencies Below
Attenuate High Frequencies Above
Vibrato
Modulation Rate
Modulation Depth
Trim The End If A Change Of Duration Occurs
The Tools Menu
Auto Region
Attack Sensitivity
Release Sensitivity
Minimum Level
Minimum Beat Duration
Use Release Point For End Of Region
Build Regions Using The Current Tempo
Measures, Beats
Batch Converter
Crossfade Loop
Graph
Loop To Crossfade
Loop
Post-Loop
Preview Mode
Loop The Loop
Play Loop Through Post-Loop
Extract Regions
Regions To Extract
Destination Folder
Browse
File Name Prefix
Use Long File Names For Destination File Names
Extract
Play
Select All
Find
Preset Manager
Presets
Preset Package Contents
Open
Save As
Settings
Run Batch Script
Name
Batch Script
Save The Result To A New Media File Using The Specified Format
Save Current Selection Only
Automatically Undo Changes To Source
Sampler
Configuration
Logical Send/Receive Sample Number
Actual Send Sample Number
Actual Receive Sample Number
Send Sample
Get Sample
Configure
Sampler Configuration Dialog
Receive From
Spectrum Analysis
Statistics
Cursor Position
Sample Value At Cursor
Maximum/Minimum Position And Sample Value
Rms Power
Average Value (Dc Offset)
Zero Crossings
Synthesis
Dtmf/Mf Tones
Frequency Modulation
Simple Synthesis
The Directx Menu
The Options Menu
Status Format
Samples
Time
Seconds
Time & Frames
Absolute Frames
Measures & Beats
Smpte Non-Drop
Smpte Drop
Smpte Ebu
Smpte Film Sync
Annotations
Marker Names
Marker Lines
Region Names
Region Lines
Loop Names
Loop Lines
Play Meters
Reset Clip
Resolution
Show Labels
Hold Peaks
Hold Valleys
Always On Top
Time Display
Position
Sync/Trigger Status
Playlist Position
Passive Update
Video
Copy Current Frame
White, Black Or Default Background
Animate Video Strip
Number Frames
Stretch To Window
Integral Stretch
Preserve Aspect
Passive Update
Scroll Playback
Scroll Smoothly
Drag And Drop Snapping
Lock Loop/Region Length
Paste Events
Selection Grid Lines
Auto Snap To Time
Midi Input Sync/Trigger
Midi Output Sync
Pre-Queue For Smpte/Mtc
Midi Triggers
Name
Event
Trigger
Preferences
General
Display
Editing
File
Midi/Sync
Performance
Playlist
Previews
Status
Toolbars
Wave
Video
Other
The Window Menu
New Window
Cascade
Tile Horizontally
Tile Vertically
Arrange Icons
Minimize All
Restore All
Close All
The Help Menu
Contents
Search For Help On
Keyboard Shortcuts
Troubleshooting
Tip Of The Day
The Sonic Foundry Home Page
About Sound Forge
Batch Converter Reference
File Menu
Add
Open Source
Open Destination
List Errors
Properties
Batch Script
Close
Edit Menu
Invert Selection
Select Done
Select All
Remove Selected
Remove Done
Remove All
Reset Selected
Reset All
Options Menu
Conversion Settings
Realaudio Settings
Data Format
Attributes
Add Or Remove Summary And Extra Information
Use Plug-Ins
Class
Function
Preset
Settings
Batch Script
Save As
Delete
Preview Conversion
Source Raw Attributes
Name
Sample Rate
Sample Type
Format
Channels
Byte Order
Header Bytes
Trailer Bytes
Destination Folder
Show Full Path
Suppress Initialization Dialogs
Stop On Errors
Log Errors To File
Reset Error Log
Error Log Destination
Replace Existing Files
Delete Source After Conversion
Rename With Long File Names
Use Direct Mode When Possible
Refresh List
Convert Menu
Run Current Script
Run Multiple Scripts
Select Scripts
Run Scripts
Destination
Automatic Batching
Folder To Monitor And Automatically Batch
Automatic Archive Folder
Scripts
Start
Status
Started
Files Processed
Convert Selected Only
Spectrum Analysis Reference
Options Menu
Settings
Fft Size
Fft Overlap
Smoothing Window
Slices Displayed
Forward/Backward
Set Sonogram Resolution
Logarithmic Graphing
Freq. Min
Freq. Max
Ceiling
Floor
Hold Peaks During Monitoring
Maintain Last Monitored View
Auto Update
Monitor Playback
Monitor Record
Show Position
Show Notes
Print Display
Close
Display Menu
Zoom To Range
Zoom Out Full
Normalize Db
Logarithmic
Grab/Pan
Sync Graphs
Normal Display
Sonogram (Color)
Sonogram (B&W)
Line Graph
Bar Graph
Filled Graph
Update!
Troubleshooting
Playing And Recording
File Support
Effects
Sampling And Sequencing
Midi
.Avi Files
Appendix A: Shortcuts
Keyboard Shortcuts
General Keyboard Shortcuts
File Commands
Data Window Management Commands
Edit Commands
Misc. View, Option And Special Commands
Waveform Display Keyboard Shortcuts
Navigation And Playback
Regions List And Playlist Keyboard Shortcuts
Regions List Shortcuts
Playlist Shortcuts
Shortcut Menus
Sound Forge Desktop Shortcut Menu
Waveform Display Shortcut Menu
Playbar Selection Status Shortcut Menu
Regions List Shortcut Menu
Playlist Shortcut Menu
Time Ruler Shortcut Menu
Display Properties Shortcut Menu
Level Ruler Shortcut Menu
Zoom Out Full
Zoom Window
Zoom Selection
Label In Percent
Label In Db
Level Toolbar Shortcut Menu
Integer
Percent
Db
Peak
Rms
Marker Tag Shortcut Menu
Go To
Delete
Edit
Update
Region Tag Shortcut Menu
Loop Tag Shortcut Menu
Status Bar Shortcut Menus
Wave, Midi, And Auxiliary Mixer Shortcut Menus
Keyboard Midi Out Shortcut Menu
Play Meters Shortcut Menu
Preview Configuration Shortcut Menu
Record Dialog Shortcut Menu
Time Display Shortcut Menu
Video Strip Shortcut Menu
Drag And Drop Shortcuts
Other Mouse Shortcuts
Appendix B: Sound Formats
Appendix C: Sound Forge And The Microsoft Audio Compression Manager
The Audio Compression Manager (Acm)
Audio Data Compression And Decompression
Transparent Playback And Recording Of Non-Hardware Supported Audio Files
Appendix D: Smpte Time Code
Smpte 25 Ebu
Smpte 24 F Ilm Sync
Smpte 30 Non-Drop (As Used In The Audio World)
True Smpte 30 Drop And Smpte 30 Non-Drop (As Used In The Video World)
How Sound Forge Deals With The Issue
Appendix E: General Midi Patch Map
Percussive Channel 10 Note Values And Patches
Appendix F: Midi Notes And Frequencies
Appendix G: Riff Wave Chunks
Tlst (Trigger List) Chunk
Markers, Regions, And Playlist Entries As Used By Sound Forge
Markers
Regions
Playlist Entries
Appendix H: Tips And Ideas
Pseudo-Quantizing Digital Audio With Midi Sequencers
Using Midi Note Triggering To Pseudo-Quantize Regions
Using Mtc Synchronization To Pseudo-Quantize The Playlist
Realistic Midi Drum Parts With Midi Triggering
Randomizing Playlist Regions
Appendix I: Object Linking And Embedding (Ole)
Introduction To Object Linking And Embedding (Ole)
Using Ole With Sound Forge
Drag And Drop
Copy Object Link
Insert Object
Ti Ps, Limitations, Etc
Links Can Be Broken, But Not Mended
Sound Files Do Not Travel With Your Documents
Using A Network Server
Sound Forge Is Not An Ole Container
Appendix J: Using Csound, Mtu, Ircam, Bicsf And Ebicsf Files
Introduction
Opening And Saving Files
Bicsf And Ebicsf Files
Ircam, Csound And Mtu Files
Opening An Ircam File
Saving Files With Sound Forge
Appendix K: Sample Transfer Procedures
Akai S1000
Midi/Sds
To Transfer Midi/Sds To The S1000 From Sound Forge
To Transfer Midi/Sds To Sound Forge From The S1000
Digidesign Samplecell Ii
Transfer To Samplecell
To Transfer Samples From Sound Forge
Kurzweil K2000
Midi/Sds
To Transfer Midi/Sds To The K2000 From Sound Forge
Scsi/Smdi
To Transfer Scsi/Smdi To The K2000 From Sound Forge
To Transfer Scsi/Smdi From The K2000 To Sound Forge
Known Problems With The K2000
Peavey Sp
Midi/Sds
To Transfer Midi/Sds To The Peavey Sp From Sound Forge
To Transfer Midi/Sds From The Peavey Sp To Sound Forge
Scsi/Smdi
To Transfer Scsi/Smdi To The Peavey Sp From Sound Forge
To Transfer Scsi/Smdi From The Peavey Sp To Sound Forge
Glossary
A-Law
Adaptive Delta Pulse Code Modulation (Adpcm)
Aliasing
Amplitude Modulation
Analog
Attack
Audio Compression Manager (Acm)
Audio Event Locator
Bit
Bit Depth
Byte
Codec
Channel Converter
Chorus
Clipboard
Clipping
Convert To 8-Bit
Copy Object Link (Ole)
Crossfade Loop
Cut-Off Frequency
Dc Adjust
Dc Offset
Data Window
Decibel
Destructive Editing
Device Driver
Digital Signal Processing (Dsp)
Direct Edit Mode
Dithering
Drag And Drop
Dynamic Range
Endian (Little And Big)
Equalization (Eq)
File Associations
File Format
Frequency Modulation (Fm)
Frequency Modulation (Fm) Synthesis
Frequency Spectrum
Hertz (Hz)
Insertion Point
Intervoice Sound File Support
Loop Tuner
Midi (Musical Instrument Device Interface)
Midi Channels
Midi Controllers
Midi Notes
Midi Port
Midi Time Code (Mtc)
Markers
Media Control Interface (Mci)
Media Player
Mix
Noise-Shaping
Non-Destructive Editing
Normalize
Nyquist Frequency
Object Linking And Embedding (Ole)
Overview
Peak Data File
Playlist
Play Meters
Pulse Code Modulation (Pcm)
Punch-In
Pre-Roll/Post-Roll
Preset
Quantization
Quantization Noise
Reactive Preview
Region
Regions List
Resample
Root Mean Square (Rms)
Ruler, Time
Ruler, Level
Ruler Tags
Scsi Midi Device Interface (Smdi)
Sample
Sample Dump
Sample Dump Standard (Sds)
Sample Rate
Sample Size
Sample Value
Sampler
Send Mail
Shortcut Menu
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
Sign-Bit
Signed
Small Computer Systems Interface (Scsi)
Society Of Motion Picture And Television Engineers (Smpte)
Sound Card
Status Format
Tempo
Trim/Crop
Ķ-Law
Undo Buffer
Undo/Redo
Undo/Redo History
Unsigned
Video For Windows (.Avi)
Virtual Midi Router (Vmr)
Waveform
Waveform Display
Zero-Crossing
Zipper Noise







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