Sample Manager Upgraded

Audiofile Engineering release Sample Manager 3 batch audio processor      04/01/07
Sample Manager Upgraded


Audiofile Engineering have announced the release of their Sample Manager 3.0.1 Batch Audio Processor.
They tell us that Sample Manager is the first full-featured batch audio file processor for Mac OS X. Designed in Cocoa from the ground up, Sample Manager proudly takes advantage of CoreAudio, Quartz, and other solid OS X features.
Audiofile Engineering say that Sample Manager allows you to sort your files by any parameter, view detailed waveforms down to the sample, change file names, gain, fade, trim and process to your heart's content. It includes unlimited undo, detailed loop editing, support for Apple Loops, and much more.
New Features in Sample Manager 3
  • Completely redesigned interface
  • File list is hierarchical and now has folders, Groups, and Smart Groups
  • Waveform view is resizable and has a vertical scrollbar
  • Extensive metadata editing with MIDI keyboard entry
  • Workflows are completely overhauled
  • Exports AAC, Ogg Vorbis and FLAC
  • iZotope 64-bit SRCâ„¢ for playback and processing
  • iZotope MBIT+â„¢ dither
  • iZotope SonicFitâ„¢ pitch shift/time stretch
  • Revolutionary integrated HelpDesk
Pricing and Availability:
For a limited time, Sample Manager 3 is available at the intro price of $70 USD (usual price $90).
Sample Manager is available now for a 15-day free trial. After the trial period, you'll need to purchase Sample Manager to continue using it.
Upgrades from Sample Manager 2 are $20. Competitive upgrades from other batch processors are available.
More information:
  • www.audiofile-engineering.com

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