Processing audio with iZotope DSP
Sound Forge Pro 11 is a
a $129 value, yours free in Sound Forge Pro 11
The included Nectar Elements
The Mastering EQ is a
The Mastering Reverb was designed to add depth to dull mixes and smooth over acoustic imperfections. It features two processing algorithms, plate and room, and a
The Multiband Compressor is an essential tool for adding warmth and fullness to mixes. It allows independent control over the dynamics of four frequency bands, and adjustable crossover points that let you fine tune the range of each band.
The Mastering Limiter lets you create louder and fuller masters by limiting the dynamic range and boosting the perceived overall level of the mix. IRC™ (Intelligent Release Control) lets you dial in aggressive yet transparent limiting.
Precisely adjust the stereo width and focus of your master using multiband stereo imaging. Work with up to four frequency bands for independent control over stereo width by frequency. Visualize the stereo image with a powerful phase/channel meter display that highlights imaging, phase and potential cancellation problems.
The Harmonic Exciter is a powerful tool for adding analog character to your masters. With a selection of Harmonic Exciter modes, you can easily add tube or tape saturation, accentuate even harmonics, and add punch and sparkle to your project.
iZotope 64-bit SRC™ (sample rate conversion)
Sample Rate Conversion (SRC) is a necessary process when converting material from one sample rate (such as
iZotope MBIT+ dither (bit depth conversion)
The best sounding audio requires the highest sample bit depth. By truncating
Restore and repair
Advanced repair and restoration capability has been a hallmark of Sound Forge Pro functionality ever since the advent of our native Noise Reduction 2 processor. Sound Forge Pro 11 brings three new iZotope
The Declicker identifies and removes clicks, pops and digital impulse noises. Set the fader to the sensitivity level you need, then count the number of clicks that are identified and repaired over time as your audio file plays.
The Declipper plug-in reconstructs peaks damaged by clipping at either the analog or digital stage. Use the level histogram to pinpoint where the damage starts. Set the Clipping Threshold to determine where peak resynthesis will begin.