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07 May 2011


Here Are Some Useful Audio Softwares.. They Are 100% VIRUS-FREE & MALWARE FREE..

Foxy Tunes For Firefox-

If you love music but hate jumping from Firefox to music player and back whenever you want to adjust your tunes, FoxyTunes is the plug-in for you.
FoxyTunes gives you control of your favorite music player from within Firefox, so there's no more switching windows to skip that Barry Manilow ditty you forgot to delete. The interface is easy to use and is highly customizable. When opened, it shows a navigation array with buttons for Play, Pause, Mute, Next Track, Last Track, Volume, and the useful Show Player, which unhides your music player. There's also a Hide Player button, as well as a music Search tool, keyboard shortcuts, skins, and a mini player that places the app controls on your desktop.
Supported players include iTunes, Winamp, RealPlayer, XMPlay and, as well as nearly two dozen others and a "custom player" option. The lyric and album art searches have been expanded with FoxyTunes' new music portal, which provides feeds from Google, YouTube,,, Wikipedia, and several online radio stations to make music discovery easier.
FoxyTunes' strengths are in the depth of available features plus the level of customization. Weaknesses? Only that you'll wish all Firefox add-ons were this good.

MP3 Cutter And Joiner -

This program cuts and joins MP3 and WAV audio files at a very high level. The installation is extremely fast, and in seconds MP3 Cutter and Joiner launches on your desktop. The main window has two tabs, one for splitting and one for joining. The splitting tab asks you to select a file and destination folder, as well as to configure the splitting by either time or space. The joining tab lets you drop files onto a list and unify those files into one you name in a folder you specify. Both operations take little time and the performance is outstanding. The split files have no skips at the beginning or end, and the unified file is pop-free. The interface might look primitive, but the program's output is advanced.


Cool MP3 Splitter And Joiner -

This audio application breaks no new ground, but it does win our praise for its ease of use. Cool MP3 Splitter s main job is simply to chop MP3 files into smaller segments, but you ll also find a tool for joining as many songs as you want. If you re merging tunes, you can specify the audio quality of your new file, but you can t alter the bit rate when slicing up MP3s. Splitting files is an intuitive process, as a step-by-step-wizard walks you through the process of adding a track, then choosing whether to split by selection, size, or time. If you pick the first option, Cool MP3 Splitter will play the song and let you click as many breakpoints as you like. However, users who prefer other audio codecs are out of luck, as this application only supports the format found in its title. If you just need a quick way to chop and join audio files, Cool MP3 Splitter gets the job done.


Cover Art Downloader -

In spite of its all-business design and rather slim feature set, this utility for retrieving album cover art from the Web demostrates largely reliable performance. Cover Art Downloader's ho-hum interface is no more exciting than its name, with a large queue for loading up MP3s and another pane for selecting album art. Operating the program is simple: you just open a folder containing MP3s, select files, and press the Find Cover button. The application then will quickly generate a list of albums from the artist in question and let you scroll through them to find the right one. If you've never seen the album cover in person, you can resize the picture to get a better view. After you've found the right art, you can choose to resize it and automatically save it to the same location as your audio file. In our tests, Cover Art Downloader located art for the lion's share of the MP3s we threw its way, although it choked on a couple of obscure records in our collection. Still, we would like to see a few extra features, such as support for audio formats beyond MP3. An integrated player also would be a nice touch. Nevertheless, anyone who wants to add some visual flair to their digital music collections will find this application useful.

TuneWiki For Windows Media Player -

TuneWiki's Windows Media Player plug-in is part licensed lyrics spooler for your own songs and for streaming YouTube videos, and part social project. TuneWiki's interface reskins Windows Media Player's "Now Playing" window. As the music from your library plays, TuneWiki checks its online wiki database for song lyrics--which members mostly contribute, Wikipedia-style--and plays them in time with the music. If you search for YouTube videos through TuneWiki's plug-in, it will similarly serve lyrics, if available. The lyrics tools include support for language translations, the ability to manually scroll through lyrics rather than stream them, and a process by which you can easily manually reset the timing between a song's audio track and its associated lyrics.
In addition to TuneWiki's primary visual lyrics experience is a secondary social one. TuneWiki displays music maps on which other TuneWiki users are plotted. You'll be able to see who in close proximity is playing which song, or where in the world others are playing the same song as you. Clicking an individual's name can pull up the YouTube video of the song they're rocking so you can watch along, or can show the song's real-time influence on the globe.
While TuneWikie's lyrics database especially enriches the basic Windows Media Player experience, it harbors some flaws. Some tools aren't immediately intuitive, like the resyncing process, and the fact that only TuneWiki-approved editors can edit existing lyrics. A text notice on the editor-only area would wipe away potential confusion and frustration. Also, we'd like the size of the YouTube video to be adjustable. If the YouTube video stops, as it did once during testing, we want to refresh it without closing and reopening the app. When searching for songs, we'd like a more elegant display of the artist and album information returned in the results.
TuneWiki's plug-in is good enough to use now--the lyrics and music maps adding utility and interest--but will benefit from a few more development iterations.


WAV Joiner -

WAV Joiner is used to combine two or more recorded WAV format sound files into one large WAV file. An unlimited number of files with a combined size of 2Gb may be joined and the original files can be deleted once they are joined if free disk space is limited. Silence can be inserted between files and mono/stereo, 8-bit/16-bit WAV files are supported.


Winamp Lyrics Downloader -

This plug-in lets you view song lyrics when using Winamp, but it seems like a less-attractive option than many of its competitors. For starters, Winamp Lyrics only supports the jukebox found in its name, neglecting other popular choices. The application's lyrics pane can be accessed from Winamp's View menu, but strangely enough, if you turn it off, you'll have to restart the jukebox to find it again. Changing the plug-in's preferences also is a hassle, requiring you to dig through Winamp's menu items. Customization options aren't expansive, but you can change the font, color, and format of the displayed lyrics. As soon as you click a tune, Winamp Lyrics will retrieve the words from the Web and either save them as a TXT file or embed them in the MP3. In our tests, performance was decent, though the application failed to retrieve the words to many of the obscure tracks in our collection. Dedicated WinAmp users might find some benefit here, but hard-core music fiends have better options at their disposal.

Maxx Player -

Windows Media Player users may like this program's sound-enhancement effects, but we'd guess many of them will find the demo restriction pretty annoying. MaxxPlayer integrates tightly into Windows Media Player and can be accessed via the Tools menu item. The program's control panel appears under the visualization window, offering a few sliders and boxes that let you adjust the audio effects. However, the list of available audio enhancements is not huge; you'll find treble- and bass-boost options, a filter called MaxxStereo, and another called iVolume. The latter two options had the greatest effect on sound quality. MaxxStereo creates a wider stereo spectrum, while iVolume cranks up your music much louder. If you want to see how much difference the plug-in makes, you simply can click the Bypass button to turn it off. We initially were disappointed to find the trial period is a short seven days, but the aggressive nag screen, which pops up every time you click a new track or playlist, really stuck in our craw. In spite of that, dedicated Windows Media Player fans with discriminating ears should at least give this program a try.


MP3 Maker -

This basic program for joining, splitting, and converting MP3s needs to support more formats to be a truly viable option. MP3 Maker has absolutely no installation; after clicking the EXE file, the main window appears. The interface is bland yet straightforward, consisting of three tabs for joining, splitting, and converting files. You can extract audio from AVI, MPEG, WAV, and MP3 files, but the program only joins and converts files to MP3. We were disappointed to discover the app can't output audio in other formats. When splitting files, you can specify the starting and ending points on the time line. You also can change bit and sample rates, edit ID tags, and encode files as VBR MP3s to save space. If you only need to work with MP3s, this app will be good enough, but many competing products support a wider range of audio and video codecs.

MP3 Splitter -

MP3 Splitter is an easy-to-use tool for splitting a large MP3 file into smaller ones. With the built-in MP3 player, you can prelisten to the MP3 file, set the start and end time, and split or cut any section of the MP3 file you want. It also splits equal parts, either by size or by time.


CoCSoft Stream Down -

CoCSoft Stream Down downloads streaming media, supporting not only HTTP and FTP downloads, but also streaming-media downloads such as RTSP, MMS, MMSU, and MMST. It will capture streaming video or audio and save to your hard disk so you can play the media offline.
Version 6.4 includes unspecified updates.


Falso -

This program provides a few cool audio effects. The interface is better in this new release, but still far from intuitive (for instance, you need to check Slider checkbox to control the speed with the slider). Making the program window semitransparent wasn t a good idea especially since you can t turn off this feature. After playing around with Faslo for a while, we were able to make vocals sound like The Chipmunks or radically slow them down. If you achieve a really cool effect, you even can record it for later use. Since many more user-friendly audio-editing applications are readily available, we recommend that only intrepid folks with a lot of time on their hands download this one.


Evil Lyrics -

Automatically searches and displays lyrics to current song in Winamp, Windows Media Player, Foobar, iTunes, Real Player, MusicMatch or QCD, XMPlay, JetAudio, Meedio, Yahoo! Music Engine, and AlbumPlayer. Version 0.1.9 added native iTunes support, Jetaudio support, Yahoo! Music Machine Support, and fixed Foobar support.


MP3 Printer -

Although we think this simple utility performs a useful job, a few stability and performance issues prevent us from being more enthusiastic. In short, MP3 Printer scans your PC for several types of digital music files, then catalogs your collection in an organized list. Upon launch, the program gives you the option to scan certain drives or folders, playlists, and your CD drive. Unfortunately, we could never get the app to work with the latter feature. When we used MP3 Printer to scan a large hard drive with music files scattered throughout, we were pleased with its speed and accuracy. However, whenever we attempted to multitask while the program was searching for tunes, it froze up and crashed. On the plus side, we were pleasantly surprised by the amount of control you have over the appearance of your list. For instance, you can customize what type of info appears, change the color scheme to your liking, reorder files according to certain parameters, and even create basic CD cases. Still, if you frequently add to your collection, you may need to register the utility, as the demo won't let you save a list and scrambles the letters if you attempt to print. Though it certainly isn't an ideal application, folks with large MP3 collections may be able to look past this app's flaws.


MP3 Splitter -

This ultrasimple application performs its main task without incident, although its less-than-desirable interface, basic functionality, and slim feature set means we can only get so excited. True to its promise, MP3 Splitter quickly dices up MP3 files, either via user-selected cut points or by a certain number of identically sized segments. Unfortunately, when using the user-definable split method, you can only select one beginning and one ending cut point at a time. The interface is merely a bland, gray box that can't be resized. Though it's generally easy to use, we initially couldn't figure out how to actually split tracks; perhaps a more obvious, better-designed icon would do the trick. Apart from its one job, MP3 Splitter doesn't really do anything else and lacks extra features of any sort. The one-week trial period also is a bit too short for our tastes. Still, folks seeking a no-nonsense tool for slicing up MP3s might at least take a look at this utility.


MP3 Trim -

MP3Trim is a utility that allows you to trim MP3 music files. Useful on files that contain unwanted sounds at the beginning or end, MP3Trim works by trimming precisely at MPEG frame increments. It can automatically detect digital silence and recover wasted disk space occupied by silent frames. In addition, it recognizes ID3 tags and cleans up missing or incomplete frames and WAV headers (for WAV-embedded MP3s). This version features a better error message when the disk gets full, changes the default threshold for normalization to -3dB, which gives a little volume headroom for the tracks with wide dynamic ranges, and contains an added check for tracks that end abruptly.
Version 2.12 adds F10 key shortcut to open the option dialog window and colored text for abruptly ending files.


MP3 Track Maker -

MP3 TrackMaker is an MP3 audio editing utility that is used to split up an MP3 into multiple files (tracks) or to join MP3s into one larger MP3 (mix). This utility is perfect for dividing up those long radio shows or mixes that you have. MP3 TrackMaker is great for those burned CDs: now you can avoid having one 70 minute track and instead create your own tracks. Joining MP3s into a single mix allows for easy transportation of your audio without the hassle of worrying about multiple files.
"New in version 1.5! Now adds support for individual artist and title properties for each track for use when outputting to files. With CUE files containing track information, it is easier than ever to split up your favorite MP3s.


Mini Lyrics -

MiniLyrics is an amazing lyrics plugin for iTunes, Winamp, and Windows Media Player. It will download and display lyrics automatically, you can catch every word. MiniLyrics can save lyrics in mp3 files, you can view lyrics on iPod touch or iPhone. MiniLyrics can display lyrics in Winamp, Windows Media Player, iTunes, Zune, Foobar2000, Songbird, Spotify, MediaMonkey, VLC Media Player, Quintessential Player, The KMPlayer, JetAudio, AIMP2, J. River Media Jukebox, J. River Media Center, XMPlay, Helium Music Manager, AlbumPlayer, Silverjuke, BSPlayer, Yahoo Music Engine, and RealPlayer.
What's new in this version: MiniLyrics 7.0.676 support AIMP3 and support Unicode for Winamp (Winamp title may be ??? while playing Chinese or Japanese song files).


AV Voice Changer -

AV Voice Changer Software Gold will be the tool-of-choice for any media lover who wants to be on the cutting edge of audio technology, be able to modify the latest songs available online, or who wants to just have a fun time in cyberspace. Media lovers can use the software to create exciting conversation environments for chat zone fun, fun phone conversations, or while playing games online. AV Voice Changer Software Gold can change the user's voice in real time to sound like the voice of a young or old man, a sexy woman, the lovely voice of a baby, or an infinite number of other variations.
What's new in this version: Version 7.0.38 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.


SRS Audio Sandbox -

The SRS Audio Sandbox is the audio enhancement software for your PC. It features: sleek interface design with energized light pulses, surround sound-even from 2 speakers, using SRS Labs audio enhancement technology. Enjoy deep & rich bass-even from smaller speakers. Choose from many cool presets for all your music, videos, and games. The program includes custom settings for 2 or more speakers, or headphones and compact mini mode setting to give you more desktop space.
Version may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.


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