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steelydan
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Other Audio Software

Post by steelydan »

I am always interested in finding different applications to enhance my music collection. I am interested in what everyone else uses with their audio collection. I'll start, though it's a very small list.

-Mediamonkey
-OrangeCD Catalog
-Adobe Audition (editing audio quality)

Anyone else wanna chime in???
Scimbris
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Post by Scimbris »

My ultimate music software:

MediaMonkey (of course)
Audacity for audio editing
MP3Gain for volume leveling
FL Studio for composing (not really for a music collection, I suppose)

And, of course, I wrap them all together with Steegy's External Tools.

Wow, that's a lot of links...
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Post by rovingcowboy »

media monkey for everything except sometimes. :roll:

cdrom buring with jet audio for the cdtext it does a good job on it.

some times i will use cdex to convert to ogg.
just which ever program i have close to the mouse arrow when i want to convert.? :wink:

audiomatrix , wav studio, for editing wav's
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Spazz
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Post by Spazz »

Exact Audio Copy/Flac for encoding archived copies.
Musicbrainz Picard-qt for tagging and album art.
Mediamonkey/Last.fm for playing
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Nebbin
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Post by Nebbin »

1. MediaMonkey for:
- library functions (tagging and organising);
- listening to music at home; and
- MP3-CD creation.
2. Traktor for all "DJ" work / parties.
3. Sound Forge & Acid for audio editing.
4. CD Architect for audio CD recording.
5. EAC for CD extraction and initial compression (FLAC).
Teknojnky
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Post by Teknojnky »

Mediamonkey
dbpower amp r12 reference for ripping
picardQT for tagging

I never modify my files so I have no use for audio edit programs.

MM volume analysis is good enough, I dont need mp3gain.

I occasionally use foobar/m3tag for testing something or for some of their extended tag features.

mp3val and/or vbrfix if I find a problematic file that needs cleaned.
Hooah
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Post by Hooah »

Mediamonkey v2.5.5.998
MP3tag v2.39
SRS Audio Sandbox
dBpowerAMP
EAC + FLAC
Traktor
Soundforge

Other interesting:
1by1 player
winamp
EncSpot

more later...
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