Acoustica makes it easy to record, edit and process audio on your PC. You can open or save files in different formats including wav, wma, ogg, mp3 and more. You can remove noise, add effects, burn CDs and much more.
Studio Time 1.5 Studio Time is a DirectX compatible plug-in pack for use in host applications such as audio editing or processing software. It consists of StudioTime for high quality time stretching and StudioPitch for pitch shifts with optional timbre preservation.
My Ringading 1.0 With My Ringading, you can create ringtones that stand out in the crowd. Insert your favorite CD, import a track, edit and transfer it to your cell phone using the WAP browser or Bluetooth, Infrared or cable connections.
Description: Acoustica makes it easy to record, edit and process audio on your PC. You can open or save files in different formats including wav, wma, ogg, mp3 and more. The improved audio editing engine allows unlimited undo and redo levels, ultra fast non-destructive editing and 24 or 32 bit editing with up to 192 kHz sampling rate. You can import tracks from audio CDs and create audio CDs with your edited material without leaving the program.
Acoustica has user friendly and versatile tools for quality enhancement of old LP or tape recordings. Remove stationary noise like tape hiss or let Acoustica add high frequency harmonics to dull recordings. You can alter the timbre of your sound in almost any way possible with the six band full parametric equalizer or choose from a large number of audio effects ranging from lush reverbs to high quality time stretching. If this is not enough, the support for DirectX plug-ins makes it easy to extend the program with third party audio processing tools.
CyberPower Audio Editing Lab 15.7.4 This audio editor would certainly be the right for you to start the editing and creating your masterpiece. It records sound, edit it and burn it to an audio CD. For artistic music
Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen