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June 15, 2002 Show:
Digital Audio Guest:
October 30, 1999 Show:
Multimedia Software-Audio Editing Guest:
David Chaimson, the Strategic Marketing Manager and Caleb Pouchot, the project
manager for proudly introduces Vegas Pro. For fast, non-destructive multitrack audio/media editing, nothing performs like Vegas Pro. Also talked about is Sonic Foundry newest release of ACID PRO 2.0. This revolutionary loop-based music production tool offers musicians unprecedented creative flexibility. Preview any loop before adding it to your mix, automatically match tempo and key in real time. Click-and-drag to easily add or delete loops. Plus many more features. The Sonic Foundry family of audio products allow you the flexible to create without constraints or limits. Find out more about these products in this interview.
Sonic FoundryOctober 30, 1999 interview
February 6, 1999 Show:
Multimedia Effects Guest:
Roy Elkins, Kaleb Pourchot
President of Sonic Foundry, Rimas Buinevicius states, "Whether you're interested in creating music, recording to CDs, or capturing your Camcorder video for editing and delivery over the Internet, Sonic Foundry has tailored a product offering which is unmatched in the industry."
Roy Elkins and Kaleb Pourchot from Sonic Foundry go over the product lineup with Alan to give you an idea of what type of product to use when.
Sonic FoundryFebruary 6, 1999 interview
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