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Magix Releases Sound Forge Audio Studio 12

Stereo DAW vet uses 64-bit architecture to muscle up to 32-bit/384 kHz operation
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Digital audio workstation software developer Magix continues its spate of major releases — this time for its Sound Forge platform.

Sound Forge Audio Studio 12, the company says, is built on a 64-bit architecture and sampling up to 32-bit/384 kHz. Besides standard editing and processing tools it has a number restoration and audio cleaning tools, including some from iZotope (Ozone Elements 7). Included in the editors are new styles such as slice editing, soft cut and crossfade editing.

In addition it also adds tools for CD mastering. Audio for video tools are also included.

Price: $59.99, $29.99 upgrade from earlier versions.

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