Cool Edit Pro operates in multi-channel mode but I have never tried what you
are suggesting here.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Edison" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, October 04, 2003 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] audio workstation help #2
> I agree that going from one computer to another will
> work, the best. I belive Sound Forge only has 2
> channels, at least the one I have does. You could try
> The free pro tools from digidesign, and you can play
> and record at the same time thogh your equipment,
> perhaps you need to shut off the channel coming back
> in the computer though the sound mixer and monitor
> though headphones at the last stage before going back
> into the computer, if it has a headphone jack.
> Shawn www.borrirecords.com
> -- Malcolm Rockwell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Message number two:
> > If you want to use analog signal processing then the
> > line between the two
> > computers will have to be analog (obviously) so you
> > can patch in. Unfortunately
> > it's impossible to avoid the extra generational
> > steps using this method (the
> > D/A - A/D conversion).
> > Malcolm R
> > David Seubert wrote:
> > > We've encountered a problem that I hope somebody
> > can assist with.
> > >
> > > We'd like to be able to use external signal
> > processing equipment on audio
> > > that we've digitized. When we make preservation
> > copies of analog source
> > > material, we capture a flat transfer on our audio
> > workstation. (PC with
> > > Sound Forge 6.0) If we want to use an external
> > piece of equipment (e.g.
> > > Cedar, EQ, Packburn etc.) to modify the signal we
> > are unable to do so.
> > > Unless I am missing something, Sound Forge cannot
> > playback the original
> > > file and record a new file at the same time. Our
> > sound card (DAL CardDelux)
> > > supports full duplex, our software apparently
> > doesn't. I even tried playing
> > > back a wav file with Media Player, then looping it
> > out to an external
> > > equalizer and then back into the computer and
> > recording in Sound Forge, but
> > > this creates a feedback loop.
> > >
> > > How to you make this work? Is there other software
> > available (PC or Mac)
> > > that will allow this? We can't be the only people
> > needing to do this and
> > > I'd be interested in hearing how others do this.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > David
> > > David Seubert, Curator
> > > Performing Arts Collection
> > > Davidson Library Special Collections
> > > University of California
> > > Santa Barbara, CA 93106
> > > (805) 893-5444 Fax (805) 893-5749
> > > mailto:[log in to unmask]
> > > http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/pa/
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