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.
Event-based editing allows you to divide a sound file into any number of independent sections that can be arranged and rearranged on the timeline. Event Mode improvements in Sound Forge Pro Mac allow you to convert regions to events, lock event markers, region markers, and envelope points to events, and automatically ripple successive events forward in time while editing.
Other included processors
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.
Zplane elastique timestretch
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.