by Emersys
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File Size: 13.3 MB
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30-day Trial Period

System Requirements:

Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, 32 MB RAM, 133 MHz CPU

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Software Description

User-friendly, highly visual, fast and powerful audio editor. Even beginners can be productive in minutes.

Record, edit, and mix sound across 8 tracks and save WAV or MP3 files in up to 16 bit 48 KHz audio, all in real time.

7 built-in real time editable effects include:

  • Surround Panning
  • Reverberation
  • Volume Amp
  • Chorus
  • EQ
  • Pitch Shift
  • Amplitude Modulation

Use DMO sound effects plugins to expand functionality.

Real time sound effects are editable in layers for maximum versatility.

MavenXP is ideal for busy professionals and people who want results more than difficult or complex software. If you know how to drag and drop, you're 90% there. Most other operations take only 1 or 2 clicks.

Real time effects, 1-click WAV splitting, time markers, drag & drop effects for sound slices, and on-the-fly selections while sound is playing make audio editing with MavenXP lightning quick. No waiting and no difficulties. MavenXP saves you time.

Spice up business or academic presentations with professional quality sound.

And for musicians, just hookup your gear and record direct to disk to begin editing immediately.

Drop markers on your sound to help find loops and make killer tracks.

When you are finished, save your work as a WAV or MP3.

  • Burn it to CD or DVD
  • Upload it on the web
  • Put it in Flash animations
  • Layer music over home movies
  • Make PowerPoint presentations sing
  • Email that special someone the words you really want to say...

We invite you to try MavenXP and a few of the other editors out there. You'll soon see just how MavenXP can improve your workflow and save you time.

For a simple example with MavenXP: Click on a waveform and press 's' to slice it in 2. Right-click and drag the slice to another track. Drag & drop a sound effect onto the slice, then put it back where it was cut from. Auto snapping makes it easy. And it probably took you less time than it took to read this small example.

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