8/17/2019 Sound Forge 11 Manual
Revised September 18, 2013
What’s new in version 11?
• Improved recording workflow. For more information, see Recording on page 143.
• Added a Loudness Meters tool and loudness logging. For more information, see Loudness Meters on page 140.
The Statistics dialog now includes loudness data.For more information, see Viewing selection statistics on page 68.
Added Use True Peaks and Enable DC Blocking Filter controls to the Detect Clipping dialog for measuring loudness. For more
information, see Detecting and marking clipping on page 120.
• Improved support for metadata in Broadcast Wave Format file. For more information, see Broadcast Wave window (Ctrl+Alt+M, 4)
on page 55.
• Added support for editing files in SpectraLayers Pro 2.0. For more information, see Editing with SpectraLayers Pro on page 305.
• Improved Plug-In Chain window now allows floating plug-in windows. For more information, see Using the Plug-In Chain on
• Improved selection dragging: you no longer need to drag up before dragging a selection.
• Fade in and fade out curves now default to a linear curve in the processing and Mix dialogs.
• Added Remember last-used Save As folder to the General tab in the Preferences dialog. For more information, see General tab
on page 331.
• Added plain text file option for saving and opening a file’s regions list and playlist/cutlist.For more information, see Saving a
regions/playlist file on page 126 and Importing a regions/playlist file on page 126.
• You can now rearrange maximized data window tabs by dragging the tabs to a new location.
• Added automatic resampling during playback for unsupported sample rates. For more information, see Editing file properties on
• Added support for splitting events at region boundaries.For more information, see Splitting events at region boundaries on page
• Added support for moving markers, regions, and envelope points with events. TheOptions > Paste Markers/Regions
command is now Options > Lock to Selection > Markers/Regions and Options > Lock to Selection > Envelope Points.
• Added support for ripple editing in event-editing mode. Choose Options > Event > Auto Ripple to toggle automatic ripple
editing for downstream events. For more information, see Auto ripple events on page 175.
• Improved audio playback and recording device routing in the Preferences > Audio tab. For more information, see Audio tab on
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