According to the B&H website, SF9 includes:
"Mastering Effects Bundle powered by iZotope includes Mastering Reverb,
Multiband Compressor, IRC Limiter loudness maximizer and a six-band
Mastering Parametric Equalizer "
I use iZotope Ozone for this sort of thing, although I previously used
Alloy which is also nice, but not as powerful as Ozone. I was going to
suggest this before I found a version of it was already there.
I also use the multiband compressor in Samplitude (when I'm working in
Samplitude, it's there, and I've used it for over a decade and a half.
I prefer a three-band setting because bass does not then duck midrange
Adjusting the threshold downward and adjusting the compression ratio or
slope will affect the sound the most, but attack and release times are
also useful. It will change the sound, but it will provide a much more
enjoyable listening experience while on the road or in the air.
Most compressors also provide static or signal-driven graphics that help
you visualize what's going on.
On 2018-01-25 8:59 AM, 6295LARGE . wrote:
> Does anyone know how to compress music using Sound Forge 9?
> I listen to music in my car, but because of all the dynamics (loud, soft,
> loud, soft) and a noisy road, I have to keep adjusting the volume while I'm
> driving. I know there's a way to more or less get the volumes more equal.
> If anyone knows how, please email me at my work [log in to unmask]
> Thank you.
> Ben Roth
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