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Gifts in December!


Many of the religions and spiritual practices in the world are celebrating with gifts in December. We’ve got lots of great gifts- in fact, they might be a gift for yourself!

We’ve got RipEditBurn Plus which is an amazing gift. You can rip CDs, burn CDs, record from all audio sources including Spotify, streaming audio, and edit with reverb. You can cut and paste, do compression and limiting, flange, fade in and fade out, use bass boost, center channel removal, EQ (equalization), normalize, chorus, reverse the wave file, notch filter, flange, mono to stereo, echo, change pitch without altering tempo, change tempo without altering pitch. Wow!

We’ve got RipEditBurn which is also an amazing gift- to others or to yourself. RipEditBurn is a powerful Wave and MP3 editor and sound recorder. You can rip and burn CDs, edit sound, convert your vinyl records and cassettes to wave files, MP3 files, and CDs!

We’ve got Wave Creator which is our most affordable recorder and editor. We have Voice SFX, a great tool for making sound effects. We’ve got Wave Breaker, a tool for detecting silent places in the file, and breaks the file into smaller files at those silent places. It also merges files.

We’ve got ePodcast Producer, which is a podcast recorder, a podcast editor, and a podcast uploader. The podcast recorder will separate voice and music tracks with mixing and crossfading, the podcast editor is a version of RipEditBurn, and the podcast uploader does what it is supposed to do- upload podcasts!

We’ve got Power Record which will automatically record streaming audio and other audio sources, and save them so that you can listen to them at a later time.

We’ve got USB 5.1 External Sound Card a compact, high-quality external sound card with 1/8″ stereo line input, 1/8″ mic input, and 3 1/8″ outputs for stereo or 5.1 surround sound, and we’ve got a Phono Preamp for connecting your turntable to your sound card so you can preserve your LPs to wave and mp3 files.

Who could ask for anything more?

by Tom Jeffries, Chief Blazing Officer at Blaze Audio

Tom is a former professional musician who has been running companies that develop audio software for 34 years. He studied with Charlie Schlueter as principal trumpet Minnesota Orchestra for four years. Charlie Schlueter went on to do 25 years as principal trumpet with the Boston Symphony Orchestra‎. Tom also played principal trumpet for the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and principal trumpet for the San Jose Orchestra.