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July 11, 2004
MAGIX announced Audio Cleaning Lab 2005, a solution for cleaning and burning k analog and digital music and audio from a variety of sources, such as LPs and cassettes, downloaded MP3 music, and soundtracks from old VHS tapes.
Priced at only $39.99, MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 treats unwanted hisses, clicks and scratches found in old recordings and home videos. The tools in MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 are designed to remove the guesswork, making audio restoration, sound optimization, digital re-mastering, and CD and DVD burning easy. This flexible program allows as much control as the user desires, from fully-automatic for fast, effortless results to complete manual control for customized sound.
MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 offers automatic cleaning and re-mastering wizards that detect unwanted noise while improving sound quality. Presets for correcting common problems, such as clicking sounds on old, dusty LPs or the annoying tape noise heard in frequently-played cassettes, make restoring any music collection quick and easy. Simply select a track and a cleaning or re-mastering problem preset from the drop-down menu. These presets can even be customized and saved for batch-processing future projects, or the manual draw mode can be used for more detailed removal of individual scratches.
Other features include a software pre-amp for LP recording without additional hardware pre-amplification; recording timer for scheduling recording events at a more convenient time; automatic volume adjustment for leveling playback volume across all tracks; track fading for creating professional transitions between songs; and surround sound effects that create an awesome listening experience for compatible home theater systems. MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 also features support for DirectX plug-ins, a wide selection of real-time effects, and MAGIX Music Editor 2.0 for music and sample editing. MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 also employs an acoustic processor, FX rack, mixer and much more for re-mastering music just like the pros.
MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 2005 is available immediately through authorized MAGIX retailers for $39.99.
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