EarthSoft Audio Jukebox
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|File size:||4.6 MB|
Publisher description for EarthSoft Audio Jukebox
Earthsoft Audio Jukebox is a complete set of audio tools that includes an audio player, sound recorder, audio converter, and CD ripper. All of these offer a basic functionality, suitable for simple, every-day ripping, conversion, and recording tasks. The program is capable of playing audio in four formats, MP3, WAV, OGG, and WMA, offering a quite decent audio quality. Adding audio files to the list only requires you to browse for your music in your PC. After your songs have been added, you can move them up/down in the list, remove items, or add more using the toolbar buttons. A search function is also available for you to look for a specific song, which comes in handy if the playlist is extensive. There is also support for ID3v.2 tags, letting you edit and modify music file info. To convert a file, you just need to right-click on a song or audio file, and choose one of the supported formats (MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV). The song will be converted and saved in a preset folder. It also includes an audio ripper, but I couldn't test this function, probably a limitation of the trial. The audio recording tool proved to work fine as well. I tried recording a couple of songs from online radios, and the program recorded only the first 50 seconds of each one. There is also a scheduler, that allows you to set a time and day to start a recording task. As a radio player, Audio JukeBox comes preloaded with hundreds of online radio stations that you can listen simply by double-clicking one of the stations. These are very well arranged according to genre, what facilitates browsing. Of course, you can also add your favorite stations, in case they are not listed in the program. To sum up, Audio Jukebox by EarthSoft is a good, intuitive, and very useful program. The fact that it encompasses most of the audio tools a home user employs everyday is great. Still, the lack of advanced settings, and the limited format support may be a bit disappointing.