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Audio Editor Deluxe 9.0.1 Giveaway
$69.95
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Giveaway of the day — Audio Editor Deluxe 9.0.1

Audio Editor Deluxe is a visual multifunctional audio files editor for Windows.
$69.95 SCADUTA
User Rating: 453 (57%) 346 (43%) 5 commenti

Audio Editor Deluxe 9.0.1 era disponibile come app gratuita il 08 novembre 2013!

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Convertitore ed editor video/audio all-in-one.

Audio Editor Deluxe è un editor di file audio multifunzione per Windows. Consente di eseguire varie operazioni sui file audio, come tagliare, copiare, incollare, ecc, applica vari effetti audio e converte / unisce file audio. Include più di 20 effetti e 6 filtri.

Supporta tutti i principali formati audio e permette di caricare le tracce dei CD musicali per modificarle successivamente, supporto CDDB incluso.


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Requisiti di Sistema:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 (x32/x64); 1.0 GHz processor (Recommended: 2.4 GHz); 512 MB of RAM (Recommended: 1 GB or more); 60 MB of hard-disk space for program installation; Internet Explorer 7.0 or later required

Produttore:

AudioEditorDeluxe Inc

Homepage:

http://audioeditor.biz/features.html

Dimensione File:

24.2 MB

Prezzo:

$69.95

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#5

thanks SIR......

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#3

thanks

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#2

Carino il programma, diciamo non male.
Peccato però, che ho registrato con Audacity in WAV perfettamente e quando ho usato Audio Editor per convertire in MP3 si sentono le canzoni che scattano di brutto (solo per chi possiede un'udito acuto), e per questo non assegno 5 stelle al programma ma 4!

P.S.: Ha ragione Max, il codec Lame è obsoleto, da aggiornare.

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#1

Inutile! Si possono risparmiare i soldi usando Audacity+Lame che sono freeware e professionali.....

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#5

Some time ago on 8 July 2012, GOTD gave away an excellent software, named Smart Audio Editor - which was the best for me so far.

Somehow, I did not like the user interface of Audacity freeware.

Thanks to AudioEditorDeluxe Inc + GOTD.
Tested this software AudioEditorDeluxe Version 9.0.1.
Result: Very Good.

User interface is fine.
Cropped a silent long pause at the start of a song.
Easy to do with Trim Start and Trim End, then Crop to keep selected portion.
You can playback the edited song with built-in player before the save.
Do a Save As (so as not to overwrite original)
It has a wide range of Effects. Such as Reverse and Invert.

Very important, it has Undo and Redo buttons.

ric  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+119)
#4

My first response on seeing this giveaway was my goodness that's expensive!
My response on opening the program was what a lot of effort has gone in to making a really attractive interface.
The program is also very fast in applying effects and loading files.
The text-to-speech is unusual in that it very rapidly create an audio file which you them play.
Recording through the microphone presented no problems, in fact nothing I tried presented any problems whatsoever.

A beautifully crafted program, the interface being particularly attractive and most certainly should not be missed.

XP-Man  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+110)
#3

OK so the software has been up for 40 minutes and 52 people have given it the thumbs down. Would it be asking too much for a few comments as to why you have given it the thumbs down to help other GAOTDers to make an informed decision as to whether or not to try it.

Thank you

Bob  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+71)
#2

If it helps at all...

Some audio software comes with virtual drivers to overcome the DRM limitations of a lot of built-in audio chipsets -- the inability to record whatever's playing on your speakers/headphones. Sometimes these drivers are cool, sometimes they're not, but it's often a time will tell sort of thing, so as possible back up before installing any sort of driver in case some sort of compatibility problem crops up later.

On audio recording &/or listening quality...
Vista threw audio hardware companies into a downward spiral they've just recovering from -- either you sold hardware designed for XP & earlier with missing features, often missing quality, plus driver & compatibility problems, or you went back to the drawing board, starting fresh. Why does this matter? When add-on audio cards are trouble prone more people settle for on-board audio. That meant [means] fewer companies making audio hardware while motherboard makers have incentive to spend more for higher quality on-board audio chipsets.

The result is that nowadays when people listen to audio using their laptops & PCs most use the built-in sound. If you're concerned about the quality of that sound, chances are you use headphones or speakers that enhance [alter] whatever comes out of the speaker or headphone jacks. And for the most part it sounds OK. That's Not to say it's a good setup for recording...

For one thing when you use headphones/speakers that color [alter] the sound, you've got little or no idea what it actually sounds like, e.g. you can't say what someone else will hear with a different set of headphones. And since most people listen rather than record, that's where manufacturers like Realtek(R) spend their money when they design their widely used on-board audio chipsets. Again it could be fair to ask: "Why does that matter"?

Put simply, if at some point you want higher quality listening or recording you've got to use better hardware than your laptop/PC on-board audio. And if you want or need to hear what an audio file actually sounds like [perhaps the most important thing when you're editing audio], you need to use [preferably] speakers or [at least] headphones that accurately reproduce that sound -- otherwise when you use an equalizer for example you're often just compensating for weaknesses in your speakers or headphones. [Note: research before you buy -- it's VERY common for speakers & particularly headphones to be labeled Studio Reference or similar when they're anything but. FWIW Reasonably accurate headphones start at ~$30 on sale.]

On Audio Software...

Better software lets you do more, but it won't increase the basic quality of your audio file(s). You can remove some noise, but what you remove won't be purely noise -- you can add things like dynamic compression [lessening the difference between loudest & quietest] but again you lose some of your original data. If you start with something like a .wav file, the only stuff you can do without losing data is deleting a portion of the file &/or copy or cut & paste part of the file from one place to another. If the file has to be converted to .wav for editing you'll lose data [quality] there too.

That matters because you can [& should] choose your audio software based on what you like & what it'll let you do. You can use a $600 app or today's GOTD, Audio Editor Deluxe, & get the very same recording results. That's Not saying the $600 software won't have better &/or more accurate tools & such, but rather that you can do a lot of stuff in Audio Editor Deluxe just about as well as you can in a much more expensive app.

mike  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+60)
#1

Hi,

I think many guys put a thumbs down but didn't even try to download this program.

I downloaded, installed and registered Audio Editor Deluxe in a few seconds.
The user interface is modern, clean and efficient.
I didn't try all the features, there are many effects and so forth, easy to select with icons.
I can add one thing : this program is FAST, faster than Audacity for instance.

Martin  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+49)

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