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Old 2005-02-07, 12:03 PM
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Cool Edit Pro or Sound Forge

I would like an opinion from people who have used both programs. I am a very long time user of SF7 and the NR plug ins. Although I am overall pleased with it, I wonder if CEP is a better way to go. I not only do straight up mastering, but I do a fair amount of restoration work. What I have found with SF is that it doesn't have a true notch filter, and the noise reduction plug ins leave something to be desired. I see that SF8 is about to come out, and I'm sure the upgrade will be around $150. I looked at the CEP (audition) website and it seems to function simalarily. What the site doesn't show is specificly what plug ins and what processers come with it? There are some processers that I really like in SF and can I import them to CEP?
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