On Friday, music technology company Audiofile announced an update to Spectre, their real-time audio analysis suite for OS X.
Spectre features 20 different multi-channel and multi-trace meters including Level, VU, Spectrograph, Oscilloscope, Spectrogram, LU and LU History.
Along with an extensive performance upgrade, Spectre’s updated meters are easier to configure, and are “Retina-ready” and optimized for the OS X Mavericks operating system, including improved full-screen and multiple display support. Continue reading →
Audiofile Engineering has introduced Triumph, a ‘sequel’ to their Wave Editor audio editing application.
Triumph is more than just a new version of Wave Editor. “We rethought everything, not only how to improve on what we built in Wave Editor, but how we could bring the concept of an audio editor forward”, says Matthew Foust, founder of Audiofile Engineering, “Triumph takes full advantage of all of the latest technologies Mac OS X has to offer.”
Audiofile Engineering has introduced Backline MIDI (App Store link), a utility for monitoring & sending MIDI info in a live-performance environment:
Backline MIDI is a utility designed for fast, accurate MIDI troubleshooting in any setting. Created by the minds at Audiofile Engineering, it’s an ideal tool for traveling techs and live engineers who need a convenient way to monitor or send MIDI information on the go
Create a master clock for tempo and time-sync functions, monitor incoming MIDI messages across channels with detailed info, and much more, all with an intuitive, easy-to-read interface.
Backline MIDI is available now for US $9.99.
Note: Full use of Backline MIDI requires the Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer accessory with the latest firmware. You can download the latest firmware with the newest version of MIDI Memo Recorder. Continue reading →
Audiofile Engineering has introduced voXover, a new voice-over automation tool and batch recorder for Mac OS X.
voXover is a voice-over automation utility and batch-recorder for multimedia projects that require large numbers of individual audio files to be recorded where a typical multi-track recorder is not feasible. Examples range from video game development and broadcast work to speaking dictionary and telephone voice-response production.
“voXover is an indispensable tool for multimedia developers who need to record large amounts of dialog efficiently and without error,” said Audiofile’s Matthew Foust.
voXover allows you to write or import a written script and rapidly automate the recording of that script. The script can be displayed on voXover’s teleprompter to the voice talent via your wired or wireless network. Sessions can range from completely automated to completely free-form. Takes are automatically created, named, and annotated as configured in the script. Takes may also be filtered, sorted, organized, rearranged, renamed, and exported at any time during the session, making voXover incredibly flexible.