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January 12, 2005
Audiofile Engineering is officially announcing version 2.0.0 of Sample Manager.
Many new features have been added including comprehensive AppleScript support, a first for any audio batch processor for the Macintosh. Also, you can now have multiple "browser" windows and save windows as Sample Manager documents. Other new features include full support of ACID files, "crop" around an audio selection, "snip" to remove audio in a selection, and support for common metadata fields with all audio files. As always, the performance and stability are rock solid.
Sample Manager is a full-featured Batch Audio Processor for Mac OS X. Its features include:
Sample Manager is priced at $69. Upgrades for registered users are $19
Audiofile Engineering is also planning Wave Editor and Audio Analyzer applications for future release.
For more information, visit their web site at www.audiofile-engineering.com