AudioRefurb
AudioRefurb
4.4

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AudioRefurb free download for Mac

AudioRefurb4.4

06 August 2013

Sound enhancer for audio files.

Overview

AudioRefurb allows you to enhance the sound quality of your audio files and apply numerous audio filters such as distortion, delay, reverb, etc.

A 31-band graphic equalizer allows very detailed control of the sound of your audio files. All alterations can be exported to new audio files.

  • Multiple audio control panels to allow you to improve and alter the sound of audio files.
  • Easy-to-apply audio filters and effects, including distortion, delay, reverb, bandpass, etc.
  • Export the improved or filtered sound of audio files.
  • Core Animation integration for an efficient user interface.
  • 31-band graphic equalizer for very detailed control and filtering of sound quality, exportable to new audio files.
  • Many pre-configured presets for all audio controls and effects. Easily add and save your own presets.
  • Full-featured demo.
Note: Although this version of AudioRefurb requires OS X 10.7 or later, an OS X 10.6-compliant version is included in the download.

What's new in AudioRefurb

Version 4.4:

Note: Version 4.4 is for OS X 10.7 or later. The download also includes version 3.92 for OS X 10.6.
  • Minor GUI control-alignment correction.

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4 Reviews of AudioRefurb

Easer
20 August 2009
Version: 2.1

Most helpful

Okay, I bit the bullet and bought a license. I like the program in terms of the interface and the ability to rather quickly select or create various effects. The sound quality is good. That being said, I'm not happy with the output file. It's way too loud and nearly distorted. Unfortunately, I lack the proper vocabulary to describe what I'm talking about, so please bear with me or offer a more proper description. When I open most sound files in Amadeus Pro, the waveform shows nicely delineated highs and lows. But when I open the output file from AudioRefurb, it's like seeing a giant block of solid line. It's as if I took the original file and amplified it excessively. As such, I'd like to better be able to control the output file from AudioRefurb. (I think it's the gain I'm talking about.) Perhaps I'm missing some kind of setting or feature in the program. But I'd rather have a file where the audio is recorded a bit low than too high. As it stands, I'd almost be better off simply using AudioHijack to record AudioRefurb and then working with the Hijack file. I was doing that, but it became too much hassle to wait through the entire song in order to get the file. It would also be nice if I were not limited to AIFF file format. It's the 21st century; there are other formats out there now.
(7)
Jimblue
16 November 2010
Version: 3.03
the age-old advice -- the best way to improve the sound of your stereo is to buy a good set of speakers -- is true with computers also.
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Easer
20 August 2009
Version: 2.1
Okay, I bit the bullet and bought a license. I like the program in terms of the interface and the ability to rather quickly select or create various effects. The sound quality is good. That being said, I'm not happy with the output file. It's way too loud and nearly distorted. Unfortunately, I lack the proper vocabulary to describe what I'm talking about, so please bear with me or offer a more proper description. When I open most sound files in Amadeus Pro, the waveform shows nicely delineated highs and lows. But when I open the output file from AudioRefurb, it's like seeing a giant block of solid line. It's as if I took the original file and amplified it excessively. As such, I'd like to better be able to control the output file from AudioRefurb. (I think it's the gain I'm talking about.) Perhaps I'm missing some kind of setting or feature in the program. But I'd rather have a file where the audio is recorded a bit low than too high. As it stands, I'd almost be better off simply using AudioHijack to record AudioRefurb and then working with the Hijack file. I was doing that, but it became too much hassle to wait through the entire song in order to get the file. It would also be nice if I were not limited to AIFF file format. It's the 21st century; there are other formats out there now.
(7)
Dennismoriarty
26 March 2009
Version: 1.2
Please give one a less truncated demo allowing a couple of songs to be exported so the potential buyer can truly test the demo! Sheesh.
(5)
Pure
05 March 2009
Version: 1.1
Fantastic
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