|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||4.56 MB|
Publisher description for dBpoweramp DSP
DSP (or Digital Signal Processing) are effects which process the audio signal in some way, used whilst dBpowerAmp Music Converter processes audio files. A classic example of an effect is a Graphic Equalizer, which will Boost certain frequencies. Actions can be processed, such as deleting source files. Effects Included: Audio CD - Hidden Track Silence Removal: remove mid-track silence, Audio CD - Remove Gaps uses CD Index positions to remove inter-track gaps when ripping Audio CD - Silence Track Deletion: remove silence tracks from Audio CD, Bit Depth: set sample bit depth (example 24 bit to 16 bit) Channel Count: increase or decrease channels, Channel Mapper: move or Combine channels, CPU Throttle: Slows encoding, less CPU usage, Delete Destination File on Error: 'Converted To' file is deleted if there were errors during conversion, Delete Source File: remove 'Converted From' file after conversion, DirectX PlugIn: use DirectX Effects in dBpoweramp (reference required), Fade: fade in or out to silence, Folder.jpg Preserve: folder.jpg or associated files to destination folder, Grabber: takes a portion of audio from a larger file, Graphic Equalizer: boost select frequencies, HD HDCD: decode HDCD Audio CDs, ID Tag Processing: manipulate ID Tags, Insert Audio: inserts audio into the stream, Karaoke (Voice, Instrument Removal): remove voice or instruments, AND MORE...