>What is your daily work, what are you doing with SF Pro?
Everything from remixing to editing music and spoken-word material. I also record live DJ mixes. Then I'll use SF is use for mastering these DJ sets. This would include audio enhancements -- compression/limiting for volume consistency, some EQ when necessary and making edits to portions of the mix.
>How long takes your sessions with SF approximately?
Depends, but usually an hour or two.
>What plugins you use?
Mainly just the ones included with SF Pro -- Wave Hammer, reverb and chorus/flange effects and the Elastique Timestretch. Btw, the way I work is by applying effects one-at-a-time. I don't use the Plug-In Chainer or Plug-In Manager.
>What do you like, and why you love your SF?
What I love most about Sound Forge is how accessible it has always been and continues to be to the blind and visually impaired. I'm a blind computer user myself and I use a screen reader when using SF and accessing the PC in general. All the keyboard shortcuts and standard dialogs/commands in SF make it so easy to work with.
>What can be improved? Why or for what you use other tools?
* 64-bit support.
* Statistics dialog showing min/max values for volume and the time and location of other important details.
* The ability to import and export saved custom presets (like Preset Manager does with SF Pro 10).
* Ability for adding loop information and other properties for importing directly into Acid and other loop-based programs.
* Access to more information on the active sound file i.e. what attributes are being used for internal processing, the playback attributes being used and the file's actual audio properties.
>What would be a reason for you to upgrade to SF Pro 12?
What I mentioned above, plus maintaining of accessibility - keyboard shortcuts, being able to control the behavior and movement of the playback cursor, being able to select data from the keyboard and other options already implemented in Audio Studio 12.