I've had the problem with both 7 & 9, when installing the software for a
second time on a different PC. That said, I've installed both versions
since on different PC's without a glitch so perhaps something changed in
I've been using Sound Forge starting with version 3.5 (still have the CD)
but haven't found a compelling reason to move beyond 9. Their CD authoring
software was the reason I bought Sound Forge in the first place. I needed
to master some live recordings and they had the only authoring software
that allowed the user to drop a track ID anywhere without the required 2
seconds of digital black.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> What versions did you guys have migration problems with? I've installed 7
> and 9 on several different
> computers over the years, not had a problem so far. I was bummed that the
> pre-sets from 7 didn't
> migrate to 9, but over time that got solved from using 9. I haven't felt
> the need to upgrade beyond
> 9, for one thing because I like the external CD authoring program.
> -- Tom Fine
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Corey Bailey" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, February 13, 2012 7:02 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Sony Soundforge
>> Hi Steve,
>> I've found their email tech help to be responsive and free!. It takes a
>> day or two to resolve an issure that way. I've had installation issues
>> before when I've migrated Sound Forge to a new PC.
>> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
>>> I can't get my password to Sound Forge, changed 2 hours ago, to get me
>>> I paid for a phone call and can't access it.
>>> Can anyone supply the number of a live person so I can get a couple of
>>> things resolved? Much appreciated.
>>> Steve Smolian