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Edit Review — Apple Soundtrack Pro 

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Cooking with HDV 

By Michael Goldman and Cynthia Wisehart

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Edit Review — Sony Vegas 6 

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With Vegas 6 Sony Media Software continues its tradition of improving features while continually developing a robust software system. If you've never used the Vegas NLE before, it's a little different from some other timeline editors. The interface design was extracted directly from the Acid Pro...

Edit Review — Ableton Live 5 

By Franklin McMahon

I have used every version of Ableton's Live since 1.0, and it rocks. As an expressive artist's tool, it can't be beat for letting producers create great music out of a few basic clips and some effects. However, Live 5 may be a little different...

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