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Old 09-05-2019, 12:00 PM
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Sound Forge Pro for Mac is way overpriced for how little it does. Demoed it and it's NOTHING like the Windows version of Sound Pro was. Sony's (now Magix) Mac s/w was always treated like a bastard stepchild. Which was a shame. Would have loved to have seen a decent port of not only CD Architect but also Sound Forge Pro and Acid. But alas such was not to be.
I agree, the MacOS version is way overpriced as is, but luckily for me I was able to get an education discount which cost $115 at Safe Harbor. The latest version seem to be a slightly better version from the original Sony released. For me, I mainly miss some of the ACID creation tools and CD Arch from the Windows version.
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Old 09-05-2019, 12:17 PM
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Again - if USB protocol is inadequate why are there so many high end USB 2 audio interfaces? There are some that can do 32 channels I/O over USB 2.

Your second statement is confusing me. Please explain.
USB does not *guarantee* uninterrupted stream. That is why FW400 is considered better/faster than USB2. Now we both know FW is deprecated already and USB3 is theoretically much faster than FW800 but still -- the difference regarding pro audio is FW guarantees the reliability of the stream whereas USB3 will not.

USB 4.0 spec changes that, but it is essentially TB anyway.

Off-topic, but since you asked
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Old 09-05-2019, 05:56 PM
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So Burn Pro is still beta? From their store it looks like it's been released in final form.

Something no one has mentioned is that with the HOFA program you get access to all their plugins and not just in the burning program but inside PT as well. At least I did when I tested it a few months back (not the beta but the original).
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It has been released then returned to open-beta.
Loading Plugin conflicts.
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Old 09-05-2019, 06:07 PM
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Correct.
It has been released then returned to open-beta.
Loading Plugin conflicts.
Thanks for the heads-up on that. This is one of those things that if/when I get some extra cash I'd go for as I like Hofa's plugins.
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Old 09-05-2019, 08:01 PM
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Doesn't iTunes or Finder do this? What's the advantage of these other programs?
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Old 09-05-2019, 08:39 PM
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We use a PLUGIN from HOFA (Germany) that works within ProTools. It is AMAZING!!!

Info at: https://hofa-plugins.de/en/plugins/c...432.1567737434

Multiple versions, either straight plugin or an app that uses processing plugins. It'll also save as DDP filesets that you can send to replicators. Make sure you scroll down to compare versions. Only ONE of them works as a plugin within ProTools (and many other DAWs). Mac or PC...

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Old 09-06-2019, 08:03 AM
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Anyone ever tried CD burning in Studio One?
That's what I bought it for, but have never had to use it yet.
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Old 09-09-2019, 01:40 PM
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I use Studio One to burn one offs for clients all the time. There was an issue a while back (It would cut like 2 seconds off song 2 always or some nonsense)... but its worked fine since (and before that one 2-3 week period too).

I also use it to do DDPs and stuff for labels/replicators. It's also great when you need to open up a release, and shotgun 10 file formats to the powers that be (mp3s for this one, waves for that, AIFFS for these, 192s for those, 320s for that etc).

I also use HOFA. But I find it more clunky visually.

My biggest gripe with Studio One is you cannot say "burn 10"... you have to hit burn and wait each time. Sucks when I need to burn 10 for a client and can't just say to a helper "hey when it opens, stick another disc in".
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:49 AM
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Awesome answer.
Thank you so much.
I had kept myself apprised of the S1 issues through the forum and did not buy until I saw it was fixed.
I just haven't had the need to try it yet as:
A) I am not a pro
B) Most of the stuff I have been doing has just been exported to other platforms.

Thanks again for your answer.
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Old 09-10-2019, 11:09 AM
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We use a PLUGIN from HOFA (Germany) that works within ProTools. It is AMAZING!!!

Info at: https://hofa-plugins.de/en/plugins/c...432.1567737434

Multiple versions, either straight plugin or an app that uses processing plugins. It'll also save as DDP filesets that you can send to replicators. Make sure you scroll down to compare versions. Only ONE of them works as a plugin within ProTools (and many other DAWs). Mac or PC...
Oh wow..!! This maybe the answer and perfect replacement of CD Architect for me as I can use it within Sound Forge for Mac. Thanks..!!!
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