Sound Forge™ 2 is perfect for recording, editing, processing, and rendering high-resolution, broadcast-quality audio master files. Gain fast access to easy audio recording, deep editing tools, 64-bit AU and VST plug-in compatibility with automation, and the audio hardware routing functionality that Sound Forge users expect. The world-class Sound Forge experience is completely at home in its second generation on the Mac, and Mac App Store convenience makes downloading and installing Sound Forge 2 a snap.
Record pristine audio — up to 32 simultaneous channels at 24-bit/192 kHz resolution.
Configurable viewing panels allow you to toggle to any project view you need in seconds — see everything at once, or toggle the view to see only the features you want, when you want.
Includes native processes such as fade, flip, mute, volume, normalize, and reverse. Conduct time and pitch modifications with Zplane™ technology. Easily access your 64-bit AU and VST plug-in collection.
Save audio files in formats including 3G2, 3GP, AAC, AIF, CAF, FLAC, M4A, MP3, MP4, OGG, SND, W64, and WAV.
Maintaining concentration on editing sound while managing many files at once is a demanding task. Sound Forge 2 features two discrete audio editor panels, each with their own overview bar, file tabs, and transport controls. View the panels stacked or side by side and drag tabbed files between them for editing.
Locating files is easy in Sound Forge 2. Navigate in OS X style directly from the Media Browser tool. Find compatible audio files anywhere in your system and audition them by clicking dedicated buttons next to each one. Navigate your entire system without leaving the application.
Work with a variety of calibrated meter ranges and display options, and simultaneously view VU and peak program meter levels. Place meters in the location and orientation that suits your style, and easily toggle them in and out of the workspace as needed while you work.
Fast access to available plug-ins, easy previewing and processing, and logical preset management are hallmarks of a quality audio-editing platform. Sound Forge 2 features a dedicated panel for offline plug-in processing. Bring it into view with a single click to access plug-ins, plug-in presets, and search functionality.
Plug-in chains make sophisticated, nondestructive signal and effects processing operations possible, resulting in finished audio master files ready for duplication or broadcast. Establish a chain, apply and adjust plug-in parameter control envelopes, and render out precisely optimized master files.
Sound Forge 2 is the second-generation audio editing application designed exclusively for OS X, with expanded editing features incorporated by popular demand. Configurable viewing panels allow you to toggle to any project view you need in seconds — see everything at once or toggle your view to see only the features you want, when you want. Easily navigate the entire interface and work quickly, even on laptops.
Drop and name markers, fine tune selections, create and subdivide regions, loop region playback, and access the Regions List tool for list-based auditioning and fine tuning. Automatically create new files from existing regions in an open file.
Event Mode editing is a classic Sound Forge workflow. Divide a sound file into any number of independent sections that can be arranged and rearranged on the timeline. Convert regions to events, lock event markers, region markers, and envelope points to events, and automatically ripple successive events forward in time while editing.
Zoom in, enable Pencil Mode, and easily make microscopic waveform alterations. Pencil mode is great for fixing digital glitches and removing unwanted artifacts.
Easily view, edit, and apply file metadata with the Summary Information tool — select a field and enter the information of your choice. The File Properties and Statistics tools display all the important attributes of your sound files and the selections within them.
Sound Forge 2 includes native processes such as fade, flip, mute, volume, normalize, and reverse. Compress your audio with Wave Hammer. Conduct time and pitch modifications with Zplane™ technology. Easily access your entire 64-bit AU and VST plug-in collection.
This tool delivers classic compression as well as volume maximization. Full control over threshold, ratio, and attack/release parameters is augmented by features such as look-ahead, automatic gain compensation, and smooth saturation controls. The maximizer section features release time control as well, making Wave Hammer a highly flexible compression and limiting tool that's indispensable at every stage of the recording process.
Use the normalize feature to accomplish standard peak level normalization, or modify an audio file's dynamics directly using average RMS level normalization — great for matching the apparent loudness of different recordings.
Use the Channel Converter to change the number of channels in an audio file, reverse the channels of a stereo file or intermix the channels of a multichannel file to create panning scenarios.
Mute, Reverse, Volume, and Mix. Mix clipboard contents into a sound file, applying custom crossfades and adjusting both source and destination volume levels along the way.
élastique is a time-stretching engine that offers unmatched quality, making stretching artifacts obsolete. Based on state-of-the-art psychoacoustic models and signal processing theory, the result is stable timing, interchannel phase coherence, and sample-accurate stretching. Achieve formant-preserving pitch shifting that avoids the well-known pitfalls that can occur when pitching up or down. Choose from various stretching methods that are tailored to your source audio, including Pro, Soloist, and Efficient modes. Monitor and adjust settings while previewing.
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