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Amadeus Pro 1.4 updates multitrack audio editing app

updated 11:55 pm EST, Tue February 17, 2009

Amadeus Pro 1.4 update

HairerSoft has launched an update to its multitrack audio editing application, Amadeus Pro 1.4. The software comes with a series of abilities such as multitrack editing, recording, batch processing, sound de-noising and repairing. Amadeus Pro 1.4 provides new real-time sonogram and waveform functions and a duplicate track feature. Additions were made to the application which allows users to have control over the RAM usage in the preferences menu, and a new "flatten document" capability.

Other features in the update makes it possible to duplicate a track by holding down the option key while dragging a song, and to copy waveform statistics. For people who use key shortcuts, "n" now enables cycling selection between tracks, and the plus and minus buttons are used for vertical magnification.

Improvements have also been made to the trim silence action in the batch processor. Lastly, several bug fixes were included that deal with the "insert silence" feature, a bug that could cause MP3 and SoundDesigner files to contain garbage, and a problem in the FLAC decoder.

Amadeus Pro 1.4 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later and can be purchased for $40. Previous users can download the update for free from the HairerSoft website.


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