Audiofile Engineering - Sample Manager v2.1.3

Batch Audio Processor

Sample Manager is the first full-featured batch audio file processor for Mac OS X. Designed in Cocoa from the ground up, Sample Manager proudly takes advantage of CoreAudio, Quartz, and other solid OS X features.

Not since Alchemy has there been an audio app this compact and powerful; sort your files by any parameter, view detailed waveforms down to the sample, change file names, gain, fade, trim and process to your heart's content.

Sample Manager goes beyond the call of duty by including unlimited undo, detailed loop editing, support for Apple Loops, and much more; all of this within an extremely well-designed and friendly interface.

Sample Manager is a full-featured batch audio processor for Mac OS X.
It requires OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or better.

- Full support of AIFF, WAVE, Sound Designer, ACID, Apple Loop,
and µLaw audio files
- Read-only support for Recycle (REX, RX2 and RCY) files
- Supports any sample rate or bit depth
- Supports any number of channels
- Supports interleaved and split channel files
- Files are sortable by any parameter
- Detailed waveform view of the selected audio file
- Detailed file and audio info
- Detailed batch editing of MIDI, musical, or other metadata info
- Batch processes include Change Gain, Normalize, Fade, Trim, Reverse,
Convert, Split, Mix, Join, Change Metadata, and many others
- Extract parts of audio files by thresholds, slices or regions
- DSP processes support all formats, bit depths and sample rates
- Process audio through multiple Audio Units
- Auto-saving of files in-place, with additional options for file saving
- Highly advanced and detailed Loop Editor
- Unlimited undo
- AppleScript support
- built-in Automator actions
- Multiple "browser" windows, saveable as documents
- Spotlight-based file searches
- Export to MP3 format
- Offline waveform cache
- Optimized for Altivec
- MIDI and varispeed playback of the selected audio file
- More details can be found in the online manual

Sample Manager v2.1.3 changes:

* Support for floating point, ulaw, and alaw compressed AIFFs.
* New document and application icons.