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AlpineSoft have released version 7.5 of their popular audio digitizing software, VinylStudio.

The latest version can handle a much wider range of file formats including AIFF, FLAC, Apple Lossless, CAF, AAC, WAV, MP3, OGG and WMA, the company says.

 

FLAC and Apple Lossless formats are described as particularly valuable as it cuts file sizes by about 40% with no loss in sound quality.  Given how large audio files can be, the company assures it could even save you the expense of a new hard disk. VinylStudio 7.5 also includes user interface improvements, including the ability to import album cover art directly from a web browser via drag-and-drop and a number of new features (such as playing at reduced speed to pin down those hard-to-find clicks) requested by users.

VinylStudio is designed specifically to digitize records and tapes.  It handles all aspects of the process from recording the original material through to burning CDs and generating fully tagged MP3/OGG/FLAC etc. files, one per track, ready to copy to your MP3 player, iPod or media server.



VinylStudio incorporates a set of audio cleanup tools that can give a new lease of life to precious, damaged recordings and has all the feaures you need to bring your record and tape collection into the digital age.  For a free trial (PC or Mac), visit the AlpineSoft website: http://www.alpinesoft.co.uk.

Pricing & Availability
VinylStudio costs US$ 29.95 (around UK£ 22) + 17.5% VAT if you live in an EU member state and you can download a trial copy from the AlpineSoft website: www.alpinesoft.co.uk.  Both VinylStudio for Macintosh and VinylStudio for Windows are available now.

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