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Helps you create complex databases with your sounds
With AudioFinder’s help you can easily catalog every sound on your system, create a searchable database that enables you to quickly and effortlessly find the sounds you need.
Moreover, you have the option to create custom sound sets based on sound categories and specific projects. You can easily browse the content, analyze, process, convert, move and copy the samples in your library.
Enables you to preview your sounds and check their waveform
AudioFinder also offers you the ability to add metadata to your sound libraries, a fact that enables you to find the sounds you need with just a couple of keystrokes. In addition, AudioFinder helps you visualize your tracks by generating waveforms in real time.
You can preview your sounds through the desired AudioUnits and use the built-in beat detection editing tools to trim, fade, slice and dice the sounds. The featured audio converter helps you convert your audio sample CDs intro individual files with ease.
Place bookmarks, mark your favorites and navigate through your library
From AudioFinder’s main window you have instant access to your bookmarks, favorites, navigation and file management tools and more. The built-in search form can be used to search and find the needed sound and to filter the displayed items.
What is more, AudioFinder comes with support for numerous file formats that include CAF, SDII, AIFF, WAV, AIFC, RX2, REX, ACC, MP3, M4A, OGG Vorbis, SYX, FLAC and MID.
The Tweak Editor helps you fine tune your sounds, while the built-in converter helps you convert to main PCM formats, convert bit depth and sample rate and export your sounds to iTunes compatible file formats.
AudioFinder was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on December 28th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.8 or later (Intel only)
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