Geoff_Wood wrote on 4/4/2004, 6:13 PM
It was seemingly reluctantly re-released due to popular demand.

If they still aren't keen on keeping it up to date, maybe they could think about integrating it into SoundForge.


PS - CDA5 screen pix and mention in EQ March 2004.
RikTheRik wrote on 4/5/2004, 12:32 PM
I would consider it as legacy since no one from Sony never gave any comment on the future of CDA 5.
Rednroll wrote on 4/7/2004, 8:33 AM
"maybe they could think about integrating it into SoundForge."

Geoff, I like your thinking. Or how about this one? Expand on the CDA features that are already in Vegas? It amazes me when a lot of users disagree with me on a particular topic, then a year or so down the road, they start to realize the downsides of that opinion, and all of a sudden their opinion starts to sound a lot like mine.
Geoff_Wood wrote on 4/12/2004, 10:42 PM
Don't get me wrong, Red, I would still prefer it stand-alone. But there seems a distinct lack of interest from SoSoFo ....

WhyBe wrote on 4/23/2004, 9:48 PM
CDA is pretty much in Vegas. Except in Vegas the interface doesn't lend itself to CD formatting the way CDA's does.

I too think it would be best for CDA to be integrated into Sound Forge. The only feature I would like to see added to CDA is audio recording.
MacMoney wrote on 5/15/2004, 4:09 PM
I too would like to see CDA5 in Sound Forge.

Tony Mac