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  • Re: Smart Sound vs. Scorefitter

    Hi Dabber The way that I understand it, ScoreFilter is more or less an in house 'plugin', Where as SmartSounds or the full name of SmartSounds Quicktracks for Pinnacle, is a plugin program from a company called SmartSound. As mentioned in an above post they have other levels of programs that are 'standalone' plus many, if not all, have their ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by skeeter on January 16, 2008
  • Re: Smart Sound vs. Scorefitter

    Hi All Just for fun, here are two mp3 files for comparison.sound_b&nbsp;sound_c They are both 470 KB in size and 30 seconds long. One is of course SmartSounds(QuickTracks if you like) and the other is from Scorefitter. I tried to find a couple that went in the same direction. They were rendered direct from Studio 11.1 to 16 bit stereo at 48 ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by skeeter on January 16, 2008
  • Re: Smart Sound vs. Scorefitter

    It seems, that it is on the time to talk about how the Scorefitter and Smart Sounds sound on a burnt DVD. In my case, the tone on the burnt DVD are very much like what I hear on my computer. With exception to the volume. Smart Sounds and Scorefitter seem to be louder when they are under a menu as to on the computer. During a film some what ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by skeeter on January 13, 2008
  • Re: Smart Sound vs. Scorefitter

    Just for some added infomation, if you don't know what Jerome and I are talking about. XP and probably Vista come with a built in wavetable called 'Microsoft GS Wavetable SW synth'. While it does work and sqeaks out some what of a MIDI sound, it is what it is, software.&nbsp; I know that a lot of you have a sound chip onboard, perhaps they have ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by skeeter on January 12, 2008
  • Re: Smart Sound vs. Scorefitter

    Just to add to Bittmann's info here; being a MIDI generator (Sorefitter) it is dependent on the midi sound bank that you have on your machine. In my case it is one from Creative via my Audigy 2 soundcard and the s sound rather good. If you don't have a decent sound bank then ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by skeeter on January 10, 2008
  • Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: Underwater Digital Camera Mask

    Ah, I see. Neat idea. Thanks for the painless info.
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by skeeter on January 8, 2008
  • Re: AW: Re: Underwater Digital Camera Mask

    Hi Hans That's the way I saw it also, interesting idea but the price??? However what has really got me curious&nbsp; is your Weeks of Memories. South Africa ''Warthog''Plus not really sure if I want to know.
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by skeeter on January 8, 2008
  • Re: Underwater Digital Camera Mask

    Snorkeling is more or less the intent of it, I'd think. I just happened to see it and thought that I'd pass it on. If it ever comes to market, no company name was given in the article, I rather doubt that $100 USD. &nbsp;
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by skeeter on January 7, 2008
  • Underwater Digital Camera Mask

    Too late for Santa, but who knows, is a birthday around the corner. Sacramento, California (Jan 1, 2008 14:17 EST) A Sacramento, California-based company is releasing a new underwater mask that lets you take pictures while you explore. Costing around the $100, the mask mask lets you record both video and still images thanks to the up to 5-mega ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by skeeter on January 6, 2008
  • Re: Thanksgiving in Cancun

    Hello Jul Thanks for sharing. Enjoyed both parts, and what can one say about you and M.M.The &nbsp; rum made ya du et.
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