- Dexster turns any PC into a record studio
Release - Press Release - Dexster turns any PC into a record
December 16, 2004
For Immediate Release
Softdiv Software Releases Dexster 2.6
Dexster turns any PC into a record studio.
Dexster 2.6 is a powerful but very affordable ($40) audio
editor with extended capabilities. With this software, anyone
can record, edit, mix or otherwise process audio files. While
Dexster is intended for professional use in television, movie,
radio and music industries, amateurs too can use this software
to record a funny high-pitched
greeting or create cool sound effects.
Dexster 2.6 is capable of extracting audio tracks from video
files, comes with a built-in audio CD burner and can edit
multiple files simultaneously (batch processing). Naturally,
Dexster 2.6 supports all common music file formats - WAV (compressed
and uncompressed), MP2, MP3, VOX, Audio CD, WMA, RAW audio
(PCM, A-LAW, U-LAW), MPC, AVI (audio track), Ogg Vorbis, AIFF
and AU. Thus Dexster can be used as an audio converter to
convert audio files from one format to another.
Editing in Dexster 2.6 is done visually, so any person with
no formal training can edit audio files easily. Tabbing feature
makes the entire process simple, without cluttering program's
interface. The set of tools is standard for this class of
applications - Cut, Copy, Delete, Paste, Mix, etc. The new
version of the program supports markers, has a
recording timer and offers multiple audio effects, like Amplify,
Compressor, Reverb, Delay, Pitch Shift, Insert Noise, Envelope,
Chorus, Reverse, Compressor and Vibrato. In addition, there
are handy audio filters that can be applied - Band Pass, Fast
Fourier, FFT, Peak EQ, High Pass, High Shelf, Low Pass, Low
Shelf, and Notch filters.
Dexster 2.6 features a built-in audio player and support
recording from any input device, not just a microphone. Conveniently,
there is online tutorial available for the folks who are unfamiliar
with the basics of audio file editing. And since the program
is free to try, there is no risk!
Since 2003, Dexster has been reviewed and got awards from
a dozen of PC magazines, including PC Format, PC World, PC
Utilities, Chip, Windows XP Magazine, Computer Trader, PC
User, PC Plus, Shareware Spezial (Germany), Home PC, PCPRO,
Digital Home Magazine, PC Fun The price of a single copy is
40.00 US Dollars.
If you have any questions, would like to request editor's
copy, want to inquire about special prices for volume buyers/software
resellers, or have a business proposal, please contact Rick
Ng at email@example.com.
- Microsoft Windows 95, 98, ME, XP, NT 4.0, 2000, 2003
- Pentium 200 Processor
- 32 MB RAM
- 12 MB Hard Disk Storage