pourquoi would you want to make acid loops if you dont have acid?
the acid section of sound forge is the one section i never use, but from what i gather, you select the area you want to loop, copy it to a new window, edit the acid properties, all found in the 'special' menu, and save.
now if you're looking to loop more than one section of the sample, the 'shift selection left', or 'shift selection right' options will take the selected amount of area, and flip it left or right, thus making perfectly even loops...
you've probably already figured this out, but unfortunately that's all i can help you with.
acid always distorts the sound quality when changing tempos though. i used to use acid, but now i just use soundforge. it's a lot more time consuming, but if you already know the tempo of the sample you're using, it's easy as pie.. mmm..
b-c all control m does is put a marker there
for your own referrence... and you can
extract as region for burning the separate
markers, but it does not do a slice in the
way we are used to with Cubase and