Music is an integrated part of our life. We all love to listen to music. Music keeps our mind and soul refreshed. When we feel tired or want to enjoy special moments then we play music. To enjoy life music management is important to keep safe your favourite music, rip and organise music, transfer music to different devices and make compatible by converting them to supported formats.
The question is how to organise favourite music? Here is super easy music studio software that will prove a good assistant. This is a perfect solution to convert and edit music files for Windows and Linux personal computer, Apple device, smartphone or MP3 player.
Ashampoo Music Studio 6 is the solution to create, edit, design and produce your own music files. Apart from file conversion into all common formats and classic features such as music ripping, normalization and cover creation the application comes with an editor to process / mix sound files and multiple functions to organize your music collection. Mic recording, music extraction from audio tracks and the creation of individual mix tapes with cross fading support complete the positive picture.
Version 6 includes a newly designed editor that supports music editing with up to three separate tracks. Another newly added module automatically detects pauses and smartly splits up audio books or live concert recordings into separate files. With the added support for AAC/m4a, iTunes files can now be converted and burned. The application can also create playlists for nearly every music device.
– Completely redesigned editor with up to three separate tracks
– Audio CD ripping with automatic track and cover searching
– Automatically detect and cut pauses
– Create playlists in all common formats
– Burn music discs and create covert artwork
– Extract audio tracks from videos
– Batch-process and normalize tracks
– Track auto-labeling with customizable settings
– Improved user handling in many modules
– Sound optimization with equalizer
– Burn and convert AAC/m4a files (iTunes compatible)
– Automatically label tracks based on ID3 tags