Peak Express
Peak Express
7.0.3

5.0

Peak Express free download for Mac

Peak Express

7.0.3
27 March 2013

Turn good recordings into great recordings.

Overview

The developer, Bias, has ceased operations as of September 2012.

Peak Express turn good recordings into great recordings.

Instant Editing: Want to turn good recordings into great recordings? With our optional Peak Express software, you can WiFi-transfer iProRecorder files from your iPhone to your Mac in seconds - and then edit them to perfection. Just like a word processor for your audio, you can use Peak Express to remove unwanted portions (including all those "ums" and "uhs"). Or you can re-order entire passages - perfect for preparing a podcast or editing a report.

Powerful Audio Processing: Need to improve your recording's sound quality? Use EQ to improve tone, by cutting or boosting bass, treble, midrange, or anything in-between. Add reverb to make your voice sound as if it's in a different room (or even a massive arena). With Peak Express and its wide range of audio processing features, you can instantly transform your recordings - in ways small or big.

Creative Options: Peak Express gives you endless sonic possibilities. Create custom music loops. Build soundtracks for home movies or PowerPoint presentations. You can even use Peak Express to digitize your old cassettes and vinyl LPs. And so much more - all for an amazingly low introductory price.

What's new in Peak Express

Version 7.0.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

2 Peak Express Reviews

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Downloaded the trial and installed it. Upon launching Peak Express, it started the BIAS Authorization Manager, which is needed to activate the trial. I tried the activation, but the Authorization Manager told me that it had failed to write to '/Library/Application Support' – not surprising, as my account is a non-admin account. I chown'ed the directory accordingly and tried again (as I had been told). The result: I was presented a dialog explaining me that the number of activations is exceeded, while at the same time Peak Express was still NOT activated. Therefore the second result: I trashed it all and will not become a Peak user. something that's not very uncommon nowadays
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Version 6.2.0
Penguirl
18 September 2012
Sadly BIAS is no more: http://www.bias-inc.com/
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Version 6.2.0
Downloaded the trial and installed it. Upon launching Peak Express, it started the BIAS Authorization Manager, which is needed to activate the trial. I tried the activation, but the Authorization Manager told me that it had failed to write to '/Library/Application Support' – not surprising, as my account is a non-admin account. I chown'ed the directory accordingly and tried again (as I had been told). The result: I was presented a dialog explaining me that the number of activations is exceeded, while at the same time Peak Express was still NOT activated. Therefore the second result: I trashed it all and will not become a Peak user. something that's not very uncommon nowadays
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Version 6.2.0
2 answer(s)
bowlerboy-jmb
bowlerboy-jmb
28 November 2011
BIAS has traditionally made registration of their software unnecessarily cumbersome and problematic. I don't blame you for bailing out on them. Their security measures border on paranoia.
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Penguirl
Penguirl
09 June 2012
I own several BIAS products and have had similar issues when moving to a new machine, however my emails to customer service are replied to within a day and the issue fixed.
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$29.95

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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