Sound Forge obviously offers older mastering effects by Izotope
"Includes Powerful iZotope Technology
The Sound Forge™ Pro 10 Mastering Effects Bundle 2 is a suite of six plug-ins powered by iZotope DSP technology. The effects include 64-bit precision and high quality algorithms for exceptional sound, as well as immersive interfaces with metering and graphical feedback to make mastering as quick and easy as possible. Sound Forge Pro 10 also includes the iZotope 64-bit SRC™, utilizing a hybrid algorithm providing the highest quality and most customizable resampling available. iZotope's MBIT+™ dithering algorithm features psychoacoustic noise shaping, based on research with actual musical material, for the best possible results."http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/soundforge/izotope
I sure would like some experienced people here to tell me which one would work better. The newer program contained in Mixcraft or this older one contained in Sound Forge Pro 10
I don't expect any responses from the Mixcraft people on this matter for obvious reasons
We know what Dan is going to say, right?
I hardly think the Mixcraft geniuses would put a crap Izotope mastering program into their love inspired prize Mixcraft Pro Studio 6. Better to not include anything from Izotope than to include something substandard. Personally, I don't think Izotope would bother making anything substandard. They have a reputation to uphold!
So, it comes down to a matter of newer technology or older technology. Still, an older Ferrari is better than a newer Mazda, right?
Thanks for your help