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Beep Beep, Beep Beep... Yeah! reviewed on 24 Oct 2009
About 1 year ago I bought this app as a 'light-weight' option next to the more heavier Wave Editor & DSP-Quattro.

For the money ($40) you'll be buying a sound recorder/editor with an extremely good value:

- Very fast operation
- About as easy as it gets
- Supports a wide range of audio formats
- Click repair is intuitive & functional
- Basic multi-track editing & recording
- VST & AU plug-in support
- Batch Processing

To my personal taste the software looks a bit too aqua-ish, but it's not really a problem. The GUI can be customized a bit, however it would be nice if the look & feel could be customized a bit more in a future version (f.e. color of the main window, button style...)

Some other options I've tried (Sound Studio, Audacity, etc) just don't do the job for me. Either they feel too unintuitive or there are too many functions missing.

Of course more specialized apps are available, but these are quite a bit more expensive:
- With Wave Editor ($79) you'll be getting pro-options like DDP import/export, iZotope 64-bit DSP, conversion & dither, customizable shortcuts
- With DSP-Quattro ($199) you'll get an unrivaled smooth editing experience, pro conversion, redbook cd-burning etc...

To most people who're asking me for advise what editor to use on the mac however, I'll recommend Amadeus Pro. It's the audio editor who'll do the job for most of us!

(If still doubting, just run the demo and see for yourself.)
[Version 1.4.3]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 08 Aug 2009

The iPhone-application the developers are promising is REMOVED from the appstore.
(And no single word about this question yet on their website!)

I bought this app to have the possibility to take my cd/dvd collection with me on the iPhone while shopping, but I just discovered that I can totally forget about this.

Really, really disappointed..!

(PS: this could really be interesting software if you only use it at your home computer, but with this big miss I'm afraid I just cannot give a good rating.)
[Version 2.1.1]

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beep beep, beep beep... yeah! replied on 12 Aug 2009
'well publicized'... yes I indeed discovered this AFTER buying/using this software and encountering this issue. But if you're new to this kind of software, you can't always know exactly where to check to see if there are any issues with this. That's why this issue should also (especially) have been publicized on the website of Delicious Library itself. Indeed the makers can't do anything about this decision of amazon, but they CAN keep the info up-to-date on their site, so no confusion can happen.

In the meanwhile I've had a very friendly mail of the developers with a confirmation they've updated this info.

With this correct info I'd give Delicious Library 5 stars.

beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 17 Jan 2007
Fantastische widget; erg bruikbaar! Zeker met de toevoeging van!!!
[Version 1.0]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 09 Sep 2006
'Compositor' for Mac is a superb application. Download the trial, and you'll definetely see what I mean... the filters & image manipulation possibilities are made with great care and by someone with huge programming skills AND who's also listening to tips from users, to see if he can further improve the application. Can't wait to see v3 coming out! :)

Very well recommended indeed!!!
[Version 2.9.1]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 07 Sep 2006
Excellent! Clouds-updates are now working flawlessly. High-res earth-maps are a great new feature, especially when zooming on a specific part of the earth.

Thanks a lot! :)
[Version 1.0]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 26 Jan 2006
Nice Idea, but...

-Colour is indeed too 'blue'ish
-Loop doesn't work well; interupted with white screen each time movie starts
-No speed options; when I'd be able to adjust the speed (way down slower) the movie could last for some minutes -> that would be a lot better!

With some tweeking of this software it could get 5 stars for value (instead of 3 @ version 1.1); with some speed or colour options the features could also get some more stars. So... keep up the good work!
[Version 1.0]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 25 Jan 2006
For me DSP-Quattro is THE audio editor for the mac!
I've worked with it in my studio for a few months now and I'm very impressed by it's features, wave-display and ease-of-use.

+ Built for fast and efficient workflow
+ Very clean interface with superb wave-display
+ Works as a host for AU aLnd VST Sample-Instruments
+ Extensive fade/crossfade (& insert) options
+ Many, many more nice features; I couldn't miss them anymore!

... and some minor negatives:
- Limited cd-text options (at this time; v2.1.2)
- Direct saving as MP3 not possible (you have to install a lame mp3-export-plugin)

All in all:
This is a VERY good competitor (in many points even better) than it's (much more expensive) rivals!
[Version 2.1.2]


beep beep, beep beep... yeah! reviewed on 25 Jan 2006
Great browser!

+ Nice clean look with unified aqua-texture.
+ Sidebar with many functions
+ Tab ExposeL function is fantastic!

- Crashes are still a little too frequently (@ version 1.2.1)
- Page transition is a nice 'show-off' feature but the effect is a little too slow (for my taste) when browsing
[Version 1.2.1]

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