Need a good way to tweak Music CD's

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by stevegh, Feb 17, 2019.

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    Howdy people,

    My question is this; I’m needing software for install on my PC, with an equalizer tool that can manipulate the (MP3, or whatever) music files themselves, as apposed to just a “playback” equalizer/download tool. Having a problem finding something that doesn’t require a PHD to use (already have Audacity) .... and is at least, somewhat user friendly.
    BTW, this would be used on Windows 10.
    ‘Preciate any advice/opinions.

    Steve
     
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    Found what I needed on Softpedia.
    Thanks anyway.
     
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    Which tool did you go for in the end Steve?
     
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    Sorry for posting this as a reply for your post, stevegh, but I didn't find a way to start a new thread on this forum. Could anybody instruct me? What I want to post, deals with DAB recording.
     
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    It's called Free Audio Editor (2017) 9.4.0, 54mb, on the Softpedia site.

    Not perfect, but ....
     
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    Ian, Just curious on your thoughts regarding those software options on Softpedia. Any of 'em work out for ya?
     
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    HI Steve, I haven't used it yet, but I do intend to give it a go at some point. I found the direct link to their website, which has a bit more info for anyone else interested:

    https://free-audio-editor.com/
     
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