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Track Snippets

By Aaron Hunt

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Track Snippets lets you create these previews from your audio tracks, fast. It imports a wide variety of audio formats, gives you exactly and only the tools you need to prepare your snippets, and exports .wav, .mp3 (in a wide range of bit rates), .ogg, and the iPhone ringtone format, .m4r. Tedious work that would normally take hours with conventional DAW software can be pleasantly done in a matter of minutes with Track Snippets.

+ import virtually any audio format (except FLAC - you must install this open source tool to work with those files)
+ import files from a single folder or files from a variety of locations
+ your source files are internally duplicated and converted; they are never altered
+ add a prefix or suffix to the names of your exported snippets
+ select default snippet length, fade-in length, fade-out length, and export format
+ edit snippets in a variety of ways - using the mouse, mouse wheel, trackpad, and/or keyboard
+ listen to each snippet playback, and even preview the quality of .mp3 converted snippets
+ export in .mp3, .wav, .ogg, and iPhone Ringtone .m4r formats, to a folder of your choosing
+ export multiple snippets from the same track
+ save your projects in .tracksnippets format to work on them any time
+ built-in automatic and menu-optional bug reporting in case there are any problems
+ feature request menu option to share your ideas for improving the software

What's New in Version 14.0.4

fixed crashing with source files having non-Latin characters in the file name


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Track Snippets
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  • $7.99
  • Category: Music
  • Updated:
  • Version: 14.0.4
  • Size: 14.4 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later

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