iZotope RX and Sound Forge work together very well, at least, on a
Windoze PC. So, RX should read all of the regions and markers on a Mac
(As Lou Judson pointed out) as well as the Mac version of Sound Forge.
Also: The newer version of Sound Forge has a nice Metadata editor/Reader
Adrian Cosentini: Your email client is set to respond back to you, not
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 4/3/2018 9:04 AM, Adrian Cosentini wrote:
> No need to go to “windows”. WaveLab, Sound Forge, and RX for Mac work great. Not sure if it will read Bias Peak markers but I have found out that markers transfer from WaveLab, Sound Forge, and RX. I retired my Power Book and Bias Peak years ago. However, every once in a while I power it up. It can still do some cool things regardless of its age.
> Good Luck,Adrian
> On Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 11:01:08 AM EDT, Tommy Sjöberg <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to ask the gathered wisdom of ARSClist if there’s any solution to this problem.
> For many years I’ve been a Mac user, and have digitized thousands of tapes using BIAS Peak. To aid in cataloging, I’ve put track markers in each file, and exported the regions for further use in the catalogue database. The MacPro that I’ve been using is now way beyond upgrading, and time has come to go the Windows way (I think).
> My problem is this: which DAW software for PC can read and comprehend those Peak regions, in addition to act as recording software for 2 channels?
> So far I’ve only tried Reaper (on Mac), and it is not savvy to those markers, deleting them on re-save. Ditto for Audition.
> Tommy Sjöberg
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