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lunes, 15 de septiembre de 2008

free awave studio fmj-software sampler plugins

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Awave Studio
Product Awave Studio
Developer FMJ-Software
Primary Type Sample Conversion
Price (MSRP) $99.95

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Windows 10.1 Demo / TrialReleased

Awave Studio is a multi-purpose audio tool that reads a veritable host of audio carrying file formats from different platforms, synthesizers, trackers, mobile phones... you name it. It can be used in a variety of ways: as an audio file format converter, as an audio editor, an audio and MIDI player, and, last but not least, as a wavetable synthesizer instrument editor & format converter. Think of it as the swiss army knife for anyone working in digital audio or with synthesizers.

Feature overview:

  • Do conversions from the about 260 audio related file formats that it can read into any of the 125 or so audio file formats that it can write. See the complete list.
  • Do quality conversion between the instruments formats most common PC synthesizer sound cards. Some examples: SB AWE32, SB Live!, all Vortex II-based cards, TB Pinnacle, TB Maui, AVM Apex, Gravis UltraSound, UltraSound PnP.
  • Convert MIDI (and similar) song data between several formats. Or package MIDI songs together with custom instruments in a single file. e.g. you can convert MOD-tracker modules into MIDI-format accompanied by custom instruments. Or you why not convert melodies between different mobile phone ring signal formats?
  • Convert your MIDI songs (with or without custom instruments) into audio clips using the Awave Software Synthesizer.
  • Read and write instrument formats for many commercial synthesizers, hardware modules, as well as many popular software synths. Including formats from Ensoniq, Akai, Korg, Kurzweil, Roland, Yamaha, Native Instruments, Creamware and many more.
  • Send or receive waveforms to professional synthesizers using standard SDS transfers over MIDI or really fast SMDI transfers over SCSI.
  • The program also allows you read several disk format that can normally not be accessed by Windows, including formats used by AKAI S-1000 CD's, AKAI S-3000 CD's, Roland S-5xx and S-7xx series CD's and floppy disks, Kurzweil "native" format CD's, and normal Audio CD's. See the complete list.
  • Convert FM-synthesis (phase modulation synthesis) instruments into wavetable synthesis (sampling synthesis) instruments – with conversion support for all major Yamaha DX-series SysEx formats as well as PC Adlib file formats and MA-chip mobile phone ring-tone formats.
  • A 'Batch Conversion Wizard' makes converting large numbers of audio files extremely simple. And with optional effects processing.
  • The 'Audio Processing Wizard' makes it very easy to accomplish many common editing tasks like resampling, fading, cutting and pasting, merging and combining waveforms, normalizing, time stretching, pitch scaling, smoothing, recombining, searching and replacing text and much, much more. 'DirectShow audio effect filters' (a.k.a. DirectX plug-ins) are also supported opening up whole world of 3rd party effect processing modules. And it lets you these things on multiple items simultaneously as easily as on a single one. A nice example is the 'cross-fade loop' function. Using this, you no longer have to search in vain for that elusive optimal loop point. Just select a likely portion of the waveform and cross-fade it and voilá - you have a good sounding loop.
  • Up to 32-bit floating point wavesample data precision is fully supported. And lower precision source data is automatically up-converted to higher precision whenever you do any audio processing or editing that would otherwise introduce quantization errors – thus the highest audio fidelity is always assured.
  • Several studio quality resampling algorithms available, including one that provides > 24-bit signal to noise ratio.
  • The 'Instrument Processing Wizard', help you in many ways to avoid having to manually do repetitive editing tasks on multiple instruments. The 'MIDI Processing Wizard' gives you tools for doing things like transposing notes or changing the tick rate.
  • It is a fully featured DLS level 1, DLS level 2 and SoundFont 2.x wavetable instrument editor. You can also use it as an editor for a lot of other instrument formats. You can customize the editing user interface for your particular soundcard by using the 'parameter set' feature. Predefined sets for common synthesizer soundcards are available.
  • Easy to use and understand two 'panes' layout - a hierarchical instrument 'tree' to the left, and waveforms to the right.
  • Graphical editors available for instrument parameters. e.g. the loop editor let's you easily find the best loops.
  • Play MIDI files using the 'MIDI Player', including support for custom instruments.
  • Audition your instruments directly. Use the PC keyboard or an external MIDI keyboard to play. Or use the 'Audio Player' (with real-time oscilloscope or frequency analyzer display) to play back audio files - it's even integrated into the Windows shell so that you can play files with a click of the right mouse button.
  • Record new waveforms using the Waveform Recording Wizard.

 
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