By Paul Sanders
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Digitise your records and tapes. The easy way to convert your records and tapes to digital format and CD. Includes a full set of sound cleaning filters.
- split recordings into tracks
- clean up your recordings (declick, dehiss, etc)
- burn audio and MP3 CDs
- save your tracks, properly tagged, in a variety of formats
- look up track listings and album art over the Internet
- integrates with the iTunes music library
You won't find an easier or more effective way to digitize your audio.
What's New in Version 8.8.3
* The popup 'Edit Track Details' box displayed when you insert a track break is now optional.
* Dropdown lists which 'auto-populate' now only display matching entries. This cuts down on screen clutter.
* Fixed a problem with dropdown lists when entering international characters.
* Better handling of medleys in Discogs lookups.
* Fix HTTP error 403 retrieving album art from the Amazon databases.
* Fix Discogs import.
* Fix an occasional crash when printing album art.
* Fix non-responsive popup menus on Sierra.
* Pressing the 'B' key to insert a track break while recording now works reliably.
* Fixed normalising part of a recording.
* Fixed album names / artists containing international characters.
* A few other minor bug fixes and tweaks, including reverting to 32 bit.
I have long been an avid vinyl record collector, but I have been hesitant to digitize my collection. However, Vinyl Studio makes this process a lot easier than I imagined. The app allows you to look up record listings, so that you can easily match your songs (this saves a tremdous amount of time). The app includes many features, including the ability to separate tracks, remove clicks, add album cover art, import pre-recorded soundtracks, and a whole lot more. The best part about this app is that it makes it super easy to add your recordings to iTunes and iCloud. I highly recommend it.