November 15, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] New York - Freeverse, Inc. today announced the release of Sound Studio 3.5.5, an update to the popular sound recording and editing tool. This updated version provides full compatibility for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, along with other enhancements and fixes.
What's new in Sound Studio 3.5.5:
- Fully Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
- Adds a "Set Zoom to Default" menu item command.
- Fixes a bug with default window size.
- Fixes a bug with opening System 7 Sound files.
- Fixes a bug with the AppleScript "change pitch" command.
- Fixes a bug with changing the view box in the waveform overview.
Sound Studio's simplified interface makes it an excellent choice for hobbyists, while giving professionals the features they need at a great price.
Freeverse also announced the release of updates to the Monbot automation assistants for Sound Studio 3. The updates provide full compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Without compromising Sound Studio's renowned simplicity and ease of use, Monbots are separate applications provide incredibly powerful automation and new functionality designed for specific Sound Studio 3 users, such as podcasters or those who do complicated batch processing. The Monbot assistants are free and require Sound Studio 3.5.5.
The Monbots are:
- Stitch, an assistant to combine many audio files together into a single audio file.
- Bookend Audio, an assistant for automating the addition of intro and outro audio to multiple sound files.
- Clean and Convert, an assistant to batch-process files to remove unwanted noise or frequencies.
- Mastering Console, a comprehensive tool for automating many different Sound Studio 3 abilities, including equalization, reverb, and band-pass filtering.
Sound Studio 3.5.5 is priced at just $79.95 and is available at Mac retailers and on the web at Freeverse.com.
Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a particular concentration on the Mac OS. Our developed and published titles have been honored with more Apple Design Awards than any other company. Headquartered in New York City, Freeverse draws upon the talents of artists, programmers, and sound designers from around the globe.