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In this [article from *The Wire*](http://www.thewire.co.uk/in-writing/interviews/burial_unedited-transcript), the following question and answer takes place: "Burial: I’ve seen people using sequencers and I’ve tried hard to use them but it’s blocks in different colours and I'm only used to just seeing the waves. I don’t need to listen much to the drums because I know they look nice, like a fishbone, rigged up to be kind of skitty, sharp. My tunes are a bit rubbish and messy but it's all I know. One day I want to make a tune people can have a dance to, I've tried. Wire: What did you think when people were saying that you hadn’t produced it all in Sound Forge, it’s a scam. Burial: Who? Wire: People on the internet, saying he can’t possibly have done that whole album in Sound Forge. Burial: Really? Yeah well I did. I'll leave those people to their internet or whatever. Yeah I wish sometimes that I’d gone to college to learn music production, but other times I’m like ‘no, fuck, I’m happy I didn’t’." Judging by the 2010 post date of this, Burial was most likely using Sound Forge 10.more
Sony Sound Forge Pro 10 is a outstanding waveform editor. It's quick, simple and easy to use. The only problem I had with my personal experience is that some of the presets didn't work properly. Had a few bugs here and there. That's why I lean more towards Sound Forge Pro 9, where I didn't have any problems at all.