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Sony releases Sound Forge 9 Professional Digital Audio Production Suite

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Sony Sound Forge 9

Sony Creative Software has released the upgrade to their Sound Forge® professional digital audio editing application to version 9 (press release here).

New in Sound Forge 9

  • Multichannel file editing and processing, Multichannel audio recording
  • Drag-and-drop editing between channels
  • Hardware meters with output gain control, Phase and mono-compatibility meters
  • New wet/dry mix and crossfade options for effects
  • Channel Converter tool for multichannel files
  • Multichannel capable Spectrum Analysis
  • Enhanced user interface and color customization
  • Multichannel Windows® Media File support, 5.1 Dolby® Digital AC-3 export (Studio plug-in)
  • Gracenote® MusicID™ technology
  • Includes Noise Reduction 2.0 and Mastering Effects Bundle powered by iZotope™
Sound Forge 9 Multichannel audio recording

The Multichannel audio recording looks like a great feature. From the Sony info page:

With Sound Forge 9 software, you can record multichannel audio when using multichannel sound card devices. Each audio stream can be set to a particular channel, and be edited in the Sound Forge interface just like a stereo file.

Check the Sound Forge product page for more information and a link to download a Trial version.

Also, the Spring 2007 catalog is out. You can sign up here to get it.

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