Anthony Airon Oetzmann wrote:
>I'm new to the list and wanted to toss a brief description of myself and my
>intenstions in to the fray.
Hey! Glad to here from you.
>For around 11 years I've played around with free soundeditors. Starting with
>stuff like Protracker, Perfectsound and SoundFx(all Amiga), I now use
>Soundforge, Protools, Logic Audio and a few more for my professional and hobby
>duties as a sound engineer and designer.
Great! Good to have some familiarity with the competition :) Actually,
I'm not familiar with Soundforge. I personally use Logic Audio (on
Win98SE), and I'm vaguely familiar with Protools and Cakewalk, and I see
CuBase come up a lot in my Keyboard magazine.
>My favorite sound editor is Soundforge. Audacity is the free(in all senses of
>the word) alternative everyone, including me, has been waiting for. At last a
>MAC guy can edit sound comfortably, as can people on so many other systems. With
Oh, I remember seeing soundforge mentioned in my Logic manual. IIRC,
you could use it as some kind of plugin (not DSP, though). Don't
remember the details, though.
>I consider myself a person not easily pleased by interfaces and I routinly
>complain to the companies whose software I use for professional(paid for) and
>hobby work. So expect suggestions(read commandments) and comments(read shouting)
>about interface design from me. I hope I can contribute in meaningful ways.
Alright, sometime soon, I want to start bouncing around on the list what
we do and do not want to emulate from the competition.
>My main work in sound is in post production and I routinly record music for and
>with a good friend of mine with Logic Audio on a Macintosh(PowerMac 9600/G3 but
>it'll get the stake for a G4 next year). Post mostly happens on Protools gear,
>but I like using little multitrack editors at home for this as well, hence my
>profound interest in Audacity here also.
> Take care
Nice to meet you, Tony. Cheers-