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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2004 6:07 am    Post subject: Audiofinder for OSX- update Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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Version 3.2 showed up today. This little application is a really useful tool


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If you're a digital musician who's got hordes of sound sample files scattered all over your hard drive, this handy app will help you locate and audition them to find the ones you want to use in a project. It works kind of like an audio file browser, culling through your hard disk to find sound files (AIFF, AIFC, SDII, REX (version 1) SYX, MID, and WAV formats supported), and then allowing you to play each file from within its easy-to-use interface. From there, you can flag all the desired files in the favorites directory and then simply import them from the directory to your audio sequencer of choice. It also has a BPM feature that will either guess the beats-per-minute in a drum loop or song sample for you, or let you tap out the beats of the rhythm on its BPM Tap Pad to manually determine the tempo.

AudioFinder even manages Sysex files.

The Sample Extractor is a unique and powerful feature that will save you many hours of audio editing. While some professional sample CDs come in WAV or AIFF format the bulk are in Audio CD format, with each track containing multiple samples. In order to use the individual samples from Audio CD traditionally one would have to import the track and then open it in an audio editor application and manually find each sample section, cut it out and make a new file. AudioFinder's Sample Extractor automates the sample cutting and editing process so that sounds with multiple samples can be sliced into individual files almost instantly.


Also inclued is a suite of power renaming features that will allow you to batch rename your audio files in ways that will make controlling your samples even easier.


What's new in this version:


Added "Scan iPod" to the Scanner menu. AudioFinder can now find, play and copy sounds off your iPod.

Increased the range of "Show Guides" to 64 measures.

Added an Add ("+") to the Tools Palette.

In the Scanner changed the "Search Within Results" checkbox to a "Refine" button for ease of use.

Improved Scanner display by adding a "Folder" column.

Added "Add Sounds Manually" to the Scanner Menu, along with an Add ("+") to the Scanner to allow manual control over scan contents.

Added ID3 Tag display

Made Preferences, Tools Setup and Organizer Setup panels into sheets.

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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2004 7:03 am    Post subject: Re: Audiofinder for OSX- update Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

elektro80 wrote:
AIFF, AIFC, SDII, REX (version 1) SYX, MID, and WAV formats supported

no REX2 Question embarassing Shocked

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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2004 3:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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