AudioFinder audio library and production base station

Current AudioFinder Version 5.9.1 (released Oct 23, 2016)

 

AudioFinder is the OS X standard in audio
asset management systems, & music
production hub

AudioFinder can build a catalog of every sound on your system, save it, and search it instantly to find the sounds you need when you need them. Use AudioFinder to create custom sets for sound categories and specific projects, with fast file browsing to audition, analyze, process, convert, and move or copy the samples in your library. AudioFinder features the ability to add Metadata to your library of sounds, making it simple and easy to find the sounds you're looking for when you need it. AudioFinder can visualize sounds instantly with the waveform overview and preview them at any pitch via MIDI or the built in keyboard, all in real-time. Sounds can even be previewed through your favorite AudioUnits. Speaking of Plug-Ins, AudioFinder features an advanced Plug-In manager and slew of other studio necessities that will make your workflow flow. Necessities like audio editing with built-in beat detection and tools for fast trimming, fading, slicing and dicing your sounds. You can even convert your audio sample CDs into individual files with just a few clicks of the mouse.
Sophisticated metadata database & advanced and fast sound searching. Organize your sounds in a non-destructive what that gives you maximum control Browser, bookmarks, history, favorites, navigation tools & file management tools. Batch processing, build in DSP routines, AudioUnit support, pitch detection, power renaming and more. Integrated Sample Tool (Audio Editor) Trim, Loop, Fade, Gain, Beat Slice and much more All the features needed to manage a massive sample library Used in top studios by well known pros, video game creators, film and sound design experts around the world.
Download for Mac OS X

Features

Groundbreaking Mac OS X Finder Integration
Sophisticated Metadata Database with Database Notes for keeping track of things.
Integrated Sample Tool trim/loop/fade editor with beat slicer
Browser, bookmarks, history, favorites, and navigation tools
Apple Loop, BWF and ACID Wav Metadata display and Multi-channel playback and display.
Formats: Apple Loops, CAF, AIFF, AIFC, SDII, BWF, WAV, REX, RX2, MP3, ACC, M4A, SYX, MID, FLAC and OGG Vorbis
Peak analysis and pitch analyzer tools, Micro-Harmonic Sound Compare. Find Duplicate sounds by analyzing the sound content.

Reviews

“With pitch detection, BPM calculation and MIDI triggering too, AudioFinder is the missing link in your audio-production chain.”

Macworld UK, Sept. 2007

“This is a superb program that stands out as an essential purchase for Mac musos.”

Computer Music Magazine

“We had some fine choices this year, but when the dust settled, the nod went to Iced Audio’s AudioFinder, a Mac OS X jack-of-all-trades utility that takes the grind out of managing your audio files. AudioFinder automates and simplifies so many tedious tasks, it’s hard to know where to start.”

Electronic Musician Magazine.

“With pitch detection, BPM calculation and MIDI triggering too, AudioFinder is the missing link in your audio-production chain.”

Macworld UK, Sept. 2007

“This is a superb program that stands out as an essential purchase for Mac musos.”

Computer Music Magazine

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Ambassadors

  • The Glitch Mob
  • Richard Devine
  • Groove Quantize
  • Andy Martin - Sound Designer
  • Fork Media - film post-production sound studio based in Hong Kong
  • Paul Haslinger
  • Len Sasso
  • ScrewMaker Music
  • Jafbox Sound
  • Surround SFX
  • Mark Hessburg
  • Combovaria Music Production & Sound Design.
  • Watkins Film School - Scott W. Hallgren (composer/sound editor)
  • BT Brian Transeau http://www.btmusic.com
  • Damian Candusso (The Lego Movie) http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0975217/
  • Johnnyrandom (BBC, ORHA magazine, Radio New Zealand, NPR, Wired Magazine, Apogee, Gizmodo, Mashable, Boing Boing and more...)
  • SoundBits (Sounddesign | SoundFX)
  • Loris 'Kooza' Venegoni (producer based in Milan, Contemporary Writing & Production Diploma in CPM)
  • Smart Post Sound - Matthew Kallen
  • Clinton Bradley - programmer for Nine Inch Nails, done remixes Fall Out Boy, Shinedown, and Armor for Sleep for the Transformers movie, wrote and performed one of the 1996 Olympics theme songs, and am half of the producer / remix team FreqMachine - and a whole lot more.

Email software@icedaudio.com to be added to the list.