Let’s say you’re a total audiophile and have decided to finally leave the 60’s and transfer your massive record collection to a more portable digital format, after sadly realizing that they will never invent a VinylMan. MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2013 is exactly what you need to not only turn your analog records into digital bliss, but it will also clean them up in the process.
From the beginning, Magix makes the process as simple as can be. The program asks you exactly what you’re trying to accomplish. Do you want to restore a vinyl recording? Well, yes, since Sony won’t reply to your letters asking for the VinylMan, that’s exactly what you want to do. But just in case you moved a little further into the future, you also have options to clean tape sound, optimize audio books, edit digital files, and more. Once you make your selection, MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2013 will configure all its tools and presets accordingly. It becomes even easier with the Cleaning and Mastering agents, which will automatically analyze your track and make recommendations for you. Just hit apply, give it a listen, and if you like it, keep it, if not, try something else.
Ah, The Grateful Dead, filtered and unfiltered.
MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab doesn’t stop there, however. There are tons of additional options that show that the audio editing and mixing are first class, including the DeClicker, DeHisser, DeCrackler, DeNoiser, DeClipper and more. You are basically given options to fix literally every type of possible audio mishap. User beware, however, as some of these tools have many advanced options and require a bit of a learning curve.
Once you’ve finished giving your old vinyls an audio bath, you can then prepare your tracks for use. You are given export options to save your tracks as audio files (WAV, MP3, MP3 Surround, WMA, AIFF, OGG Vorbis, FLAC and AAC are supported), or burn them to disc.
New for 2013, they have now included SoundCloner 2, which allows you to transfer your favorite sounds to any song. Audio Cleaning Lab has also been optimized across the board, making it much faster and easier on system resources.
Give up your VinylMan dreams and download MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2013, and bring the Grateful Dead into today.
The advanced options are a little daunting, but getting started was insanely easy, and if you just stick with the presets, you’ll be able to clean up and export digital audio files in no time. Great software, and a free trial download...try it now, and when you want to buy (we know you will), just click on the ad for an exclusive discount from Sure Software!