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Version 2.1 of Sample Manager Adds Tiger Support

Version 2.1 of Sample Manager Adds Tiger Support


Audiofile Engineering has announced version 2.1 of Sample Manager, their batch audio processor, adding full support for Mac OS X 10.4 (“Tiger”). Sample Manager, the only batch audio processor to implement AppleScript, now fully supports Automator with 28 actions. The company has also added a Spotlight-based file-search feature. Other new features include support for mu-law files and “Play” and “Stop” AppleScript commands.

Sample Manager features include:

  • Full support of AIFF, WAVE, Sound Designer, ACID, Apple Loop and Law audio files
  • Partial support for Recycle (REX, RX2 and RCY) files
  • Supports any sample rate or bit depth
  • Supports any number of channels
  • Supports interleaved and split channel files
  • Files are sortable by any parameter
  • Detailed waveform view of the selected sample as full wave, rectified or averaged
  • Detailed file and audio info
  • Detailed batch editing of MIDI, beat-related, or “metadata” info
  • Batch processes include Change Gain, Fade, Trim, Reverse, Convert, Split, Mix, Join and many others
  • Extract parts of audio files by thresholds, slices or regions
  • DSP processes support all formats, bit depths and sample rates with auto-dithering
  • Process audio through multiple Audio Units
  • Auto-saving of files in-place, with additional options for file saving
  • Highly advanced and detailed Loop Editor
  • Unlimited undo
  • AppleScript support
  • built-in Automator actions
  • Multiple “browser” windows, saveable as documents
  • Spotlight-based file searches
  • Export to MP3 format
  • Offline waveform cache
  • Optimized for G4 and G5 with AltiVec
  • MIDI and varispeed playback of the selected audio file

Sample Manager is priced at $69. Upgrades for registered users are $19.

For more information, visit their web site at

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