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Dear Beta User, we have a first preview version for SOUND FORGE Pro 12 ready to download. forge_x64_v12.zip -> https://extern.magix.com/pdl/download?id=st9fr9c5kmcj1pnqou7ly5kwy&Password=MtYCbGCg It is the first 64 bit version of SOUND FORGE Pro. You can just download the zip file, unpack the zip file to a folder of your choice. Then you need to run a batch named: regAplugins.bat You can use your SOUND FORGE Pro 11 serial. Please ffel free to work with this version. It is the first 64 bit version and that means a wide range of changes in the code so it is mandatory to test this new version very extensive. Please report us all bugs. What is also included in this preview. You have now the possibility to use POW-r Dithering in the Bit Depth Converter. And it is possible to scan vst3 plugins. SO if you have any vst3 plugins you can see in now after scan and open it. Until now only the Preview funtionality is working. More comes soon. I am very happy to provide you this version very early so that all your feedback will affect the development. Lets make together a stable and valuable V12. I wish you all a nice Christmas time.
Hi everyone. I am interested in buying Samplitude Pro X, but I don't know what hardware is needed. Years ago, I used to use Samplitude 6 with a Pulsar card. I called that a digital i/0 card, but I don't know if that was the right name for it. Anyway, what kind of card is needed these days? Would you call it an audio interface card? I assume a "sound card" would have built-in sounds, which I probably don't need. Anyway, what are the most suitable, dependable cards to consider for Samplitude? I am running Window 7, 64 bit, on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion Elite PC HPE-372f. Here are the specs: Computer specs: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02271779 Mother board: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c02014355 I also have a stereo Apogee ad/da converter. It's old technology, but it should be sufficient for now. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.