Sound Effect Maker can create sound effects for sound file. It supports the sound effects such as chorus, compression, distortion, echo, flange, gargle, parametric equalizer, reverberation.
It can adjust the following parameters of the sound effects:
Chorus: wet/dry mix, depth, feedback, frequency, delay, waveform, phase.
Compressor: gain, attack, release, threshold, ratio, predelay.
Distortion: gain, edge, postEQ center freq, bandwidth, PreLowpass cutoff.
Echo: wet/dry mix, feedback, left delay, right delay, pan delay
Flange: wet/dry mix, depth, feedback, frequency, delay, waveform, phase.
parametric equalizer: center freq, bandwidth, gain.
Reverberation: in gain, reverb mix, reverb time, highfreq RT ratio.
Music filenames and tags are never what they should, and rarely consistent. Changing the artist, song title and album title can be a long and grueling process if done manually. Music Tag Editor is a simple-to-use program that allows you to change "tagged" information about your MP3/WMA music files. Open up a world of options where you can quickly change music filenames, create playlists and even add lyrics to your music files.
Music Library Software for Windows. Music Library Organizer Pro is for small private, public, or corporate libraries. Library software designed to manage activities of your movie library: easily catalog cds, tapes (auto cataloging supported), manage member information, keep track of the check-in and check-out transactions. Includes free add-ons: web library browser, stand alone check in/out , auto-cataloging, library designer
DJ Jukebox is an essential tool for managing a song library and generating playlists. Each song can be assigned a rating so that favorites are played more often, and that unwanted songs are never chosen. File management features include global search and replace on filenames, copy or delete files, and rename/move directories. DJ Jukebox can also remote control a media player on a network computer.
Catalog your CDs in a database automatically. No typing needed, just insert a CD in your CD-ROM drive, scan its barcode or type artist and title to download all data from various sources on the internet (like CDDB and Amazon), including artist, title, track titles and the cover image. Or read CDTEXT information from your home-burnt CDs. Browse your collection by artist, title, year, etc... or use the Thumbnail View to view your cover images.
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