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Sony updates Sound Forge Pro Mac to v1.0.21

Sony Creative Software

Sony has updated Sound Forge Pro Mac to version 1.0.21.

Notable fixes/changes in version 1.0.21:

  • When playing mono files, audio is now played through channels 1 and 2. You can use the Audio tab in the Preferences dialog to assign channels from multichannel audio files to outputs on your sound card.
  • You can now set default event curve types (Options > Event > Default Fade In/Out).
  • Added a Trim command to the Edit menu.
  • Fixed a problem that could cause a crash on certain systems during automatic window restoration (startup).
  • Fixed issues that could cause crashes and drawing issues during resizing and full-screen transitions.
  • Fixed a problem with importing and exporting mp3 metadata.
  • Fixed an issue importing markers and regions that are past the end of a file.
  • Addressed drawing issues with certain buttons under Mountain Lion.
  • Fixed issues with event snapping.
  • Meter channels now update immediately on tab changes.
  • The Process button is no longer unavailable during process and effect previewing.

Notable fixes/changes in version 1.0.20:

  • Fixed an issue that could cause application menus to be displayed incorrectly when the system language is not English.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the application to become unresponsive when applying a process to an empty editor.
  • Fixed an issue that incorrectly allowed plug-ins to be applied via the Plug-In Chooser when in event mode.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the application to open with an incorrect tool layout.


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