I'm trying to make the change from Audition to Sound Forge and there's just one thing I can't figure out...
Audition draws the waveform while recording, so I can see if I've gone over any peaks, but Sound Forge seems to have this secondary window overlapping the wave form on the file itself, and you can't see it until after you hit stop (after recording).
Is there a way to force it to show you the waveform as you are recording, like Audition can?
Thanks for any help, input, or advice,
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