Digital Music RecordEditBurn Studio

Digital Music RecordEditBurn Studio 7.6

A comprehensive suite of tools to record, edit, and convert your audio files
5.0  (1 vote)
7.6.0.60 (See all)

Digital Music RecordEditBurn Studio offers you even more functionality than its name says. With this suite of tools you not only can record any sound, edit it and burn a CD with it, but you can also convert your audio files between various formats, create music CDs out of MP3 files, and rip tracks from any of your music CDs.

This all-in-one audio suite comes wrapped up in a stylish interface with a clear menu that shows all six tools available. Each option opens up in a new clear interface with just the buttons and the functionality you need to perform the given task quickly and efficiently. However, if the default options are not enough for you, you just need to click on the settings icon, and you will be shown an impressive selection of professional settings (this varies from tool to tool) which are way above the needs of the average user.

Only the audio editor will show you its full glory as soon as you open it - all its functionality is there for you to see and enjoy, and you will find there is a lot to see and enjoy. The amount of effects and editing tools you can find above the waveform graph make a number of better-known audio editors pale in comparison.

The rest of the tools are much simpler, unless you decide to play around with the settings. The audio recorder will let you create WAV, MP3, and WMA files with any audio coming in through your soundboard; the audio converter supports multiple formats, including MP2, MP3, WAV, WMA, Ogg, VOX, and ADPCM, while CD Grabber will rip and convert full discs or select tracks with just a few clicks. Certainly, its burning functionality is the least attractive one of the whole package.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Extensive list of settings for professional output quality
  • All-in-one solution for all your audio editing needs

Cons

  • None
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