In this long interview from Sound On Sound, Tom Jenkinson explains how he made the track "50 Cycles", from the 2004 album "Ultravisitor". Note that he mentions it being "the Vegas software, made by Sonic Foundry at the time". According to Wikipedia, "Sony Creative Software is a developer of various media software suites. Sony Creative Software was created in a 2003 deal with Madison media company Sonic Foundry in which it acquired its desktop product line, hired roughly 60% of employees, paid $18 million in cash, and took on certain liabilities and obligations." The link to Sonic Foundry even redirects to the Sony Creative Software page. Here's the quote from Jenkinson himself: "The track '50 Cycles' on Ultravisitor is a monster that took me a month to make. I used the Vegas software, made by Sonic Foundry at the time, to assemble literally thousands of edited pieces of audio, and it became something of monstrous complexity. I wanted cutting?edge digital signal processing and I wanted the most awkward, difficult, angular sounds."more
Essentially, ACID for video! Sony Vegas let's me switch the timeline from Hours/Minutes/Seconds/Frames to Beats & Bars which lets me very quickly create visuals and videos that are perfectly in sync with the music. So many powerful features are included such as stereoscopic 3D editing that allow me to experiment and push forward the Video DJing show!