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November 15, 2003 Show:   Topic: Audio Software  Guest: David Chaimson
Sony Pictures Digital Network's Sound Forge software is the industry-standard for audio editing, recording, effects processing and media encoding on the PC platform. Sound Forge 7.0 software includes many new powerful features and enhancements such as: DirectX« Plug-in effects automation and automated time-based recording.

David Chaimson, Director of Marketing for Sony Pictures Digital Networks' Media Software and Services group, discusses the new features for the audio engineering professional that have been added to Sound Forge 7.0.
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