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, MPEG-4 AAC, AIFF, WAVE, WMA, CAF, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis), remastering your iTunes music library, record internet streams, etc.
Thanks to its outstanding direct-to-disk abilities and waveform caching, edits on arbitrarily large sounds are performed at lightning speed with this fully featured multi-track editor. The handling of large sounds is furthermore facilitated by the extensive support of markers.
While Amadeus Pro features a number of built-in audio effects (equalizer, speed and pitch change, echo, etc), its abilities can be extended arbitrarily through the support of Audio Units and VST plug-ins.
Besides all the functions you would expect from a professional quality waveform editor, Amadeus Pro also features:
- Tracks can be split into multiple clips for easy placement
- Audio Units can be applied to tracks non-destructively in real-time
- Smart editing
- Scheduled recordings
- Powerful batch processor
- Direct recording from internet streams
- A full range of real-time and offline sound analysis tools
Check out the demo version on our website!
Ratings and Reviews
Lightweight Audio Editor
I use Amadeus Pro every time I use Mac OS X. I turn on the computer, I launch Amadeus Pro and listen to some music I've edited with it into loops, and do whatever task I feel like doing at the time with the computer. The developer has done an excellent job with customer support also.
Good friends are good to find. Amadeus Pro is a good friend who remains faithful after years of use. Thank you friend!
Great For DJs
If you're a DJ and want to cleanup some of your songs, this app is great. I load entire albums at a time and it loads fast and flawlessly. You can get rid of dead air at the beginning of and the end of songs easily. Some of the songs that I do are old songs where there were tape hiss, this app has a feature "Denoising>White Noise", depending on the strength of the signal, I generally start at -70db and work my way up from there (up meaning -65db then -60db, etc). The neat thing about the Denoising is it's simple and it doesn't get rid of any top-end of the song. If you apply the effect to heavily, then your song sounds like it's in a can.
Another neat feature is it will list effects that you use most often in an "Actions List" window which comes in handy if you want to apply the effect without having to go through the setup process (meaning once you set the effect up, you can use that same effect just by clicking it in the Actions List window.
If your song has bad stereo imaging, you can either simply mono it or correct the balance. This is done very easily.
The features in this app are too numerous to mention in this little box, but if you are a DJ that cares about the way your songs sound through the Mains, this is, by far, the best app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.