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Use your Mac for any audio-related task, such as live audio recording, creating iPhone ringtones, digitizing tapes and records, converting between a variety of sound formats (including Mp3, Mp4, AIFF, WAVE, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis), remastering your iTunes music library, etc.
Thanks to its outstanding direct-to-disk abilities and waveform caching, edits on arbitrarily large sounds are performed at lightning speed. The handling of large sounds is furthermore facilitated by the extensive support of markers.
While Amadeus Lite features a number of built-in audio effects (equalizer, speed and pitch change, echo, etc), its abilities can be extended arbitrarily by the support of Audio Units.
What's New in Version 2.2.2
Missing keyboard shortcuts restored
Good Softweare but Lacking Features
I bought Amadeus Light to replace cD Spin Doctor, which no longer exports tracks correctly for import into iTunes. I found Amadeus Light lacking in it’s auto marking capability, having to resort to manual marking and lack of a direct way to transfer tunes to iTunes (you have to export tthe files and import them into iTunes manually) and no connetion to a music data base for album and track identiication. I found that Vinyl Studio does all of these easily and is now my convertor of choice.