- Audio Cleaning Lab
- Audio Cleaner Pro
- Audio & Music Lab Premium
- Digital DJ
- MP3 deluxe
- Music Maker Plus Edition
- Music Maker Live Edition
- Music Maker Lethal Bizzle
- Music Maker Movie Score Edition
- Music Maker Hip Hop Edition
- Music Maker Dance Edition
- Music Maker Rock Edition
- Music Studio
- Rescue Your Vinyl & Tapes!
- Samplitude Music Studio
- SOUND FORGE Audio Cleaning Lab
- SOUND FORGE Audio Studio
- SOUND FORGE Pro
All tutorial videos about:
Rescue Your Vinyl & Tapes!
This introductory video will give you an overview of your new program. You'll learn about the program interface and what each area is used for. More detailed explanations are available in the other videos.
Importing audio material is where everything begins. We'll show you which sources are available for this and how you can quickly add material to your project.
This video will show you the most important editing options available to you in the program.
You can freshen up noisy, crackling or otherwise sub-optimal material in the Cleaning area. This short video will show you the available cleaning options.
Once you've removed all noises from your material, you can optimize the sound. The Master area contains a wide range of presets and special effects for this purpose.
Projects which contains more than one song should normally be exported or burned to CD as individual files. The "Tracks" area contains the most important features for defining and naming individual track markers.
Once your material has been cleaned and digitally edited, you can export it for various uses. The "Export" area shown in this video offers different options for doing this.
USB phono preamp
This video will show you how to connect your record player to your computer using the USB phono pre-amplifier. Then we'll show you how to record your record player on your computer using the pre-amplifier. Finally, we'll show you how you can use the pre-amplifier to connect a cassette player to your computer.
Connecting audio sources
This video will show you how to connect an audio device, such as a stereo system, to your computer.