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AudioCalc

AudioCalc 1.2

AudioCalc is a simple utility which calculates audio file sizes. Given any bit depth, sample rate, number of tracks, and number of channels (mono/stereo). AudioCalc can tell you either how much space a file (or set of files) of a given length and format...

Audiocorder is a program which allows your Mac to act as a sophisticated audio recorder. In one mode, it operates as a volume operated (VOX) audio recorder. This allows you to set the volume that the sound must reach to begin recording, and the volume at...

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AudioFinder

AudioFinder 5.5.9

AudioFinder is the digital musician's workflow accelerator, sample management system, and music production hub. AudioFinder gathers all the most useful tools in one quick and intuitive application, enabling you to be more creative by handling all the time...

AudioLeak

AudioLeak 3.1

AudioLeak is an Leq (Long-Term Equivalent Level) analyzer for audio files. AudioLeak can be used to quickly (over 200x realtime on newer Macs) preview perceived playback levels of sound files without having to listen to the audio. AudioLeak supports many...

AudioLobe

AudioLobe 5.91

AudioLobe allows you to independently alter the playback speed and pitch rate of audio files. If you are a musician or interested in audio this means you can slow down complex sequences of audio without the vocal or instruments sounding unintelligible....

AudioMate

AudioMate 2.2.1

Control all your audio devices from the status bar, receive system notifications when relevant events happen on your audio devices and more. Most notable features: - ALWAYS IN THE STATUS BAR! AudioMate can display up to 2 parameters in the status...

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- Multiple audio control panels to allow you to improve and alter the sound of your audio files. - Easy-to-apply audio effects and filters, including distortion, delay, reverb, bandpass, etc. - 31-band graphic equalizer for very detailed control of...

AudioRepair

AudioRepair 1.0.1

INTER SAMPLE PEAKS The so-called Inter Sample Peaks are caused by faulty signal limiting during recording or intentional loud mastering. Some statistics state that around 80% of today's CD recordings show Inter Sample Peaks. A digital signal cannot...