MAGIX has announced MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10, which restores music from old scratchy vinyl albums, cassettes, and old CDs turning them into four-channel surround sound CDs and DVDs. Featuring 24-bit sound, new surround transitions and fully-automated de-hissing capabilities, MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10 cleans and polishes up favorite music, burning it onto CD, DVD, and now DVD-Audio.
The latest version of this audio restoration program records up to 7 CDs onto a single DVD which is playable on any conventional DVD player for non-stop music enjoyment. Available June 16, MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10 is priced at $39.99.
MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10 uses "Spectral Cleaning" to remove background noise or comments from recordings of Internet radio or classic live concerts without affecting the music. Because of the Surround Editor and new Surround Transitions, MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10 users can take advantage of DVD players and Dolby Pro Logic-compatible systems, as well as create a smoother sound experience with automatic fading at the end of tracks.
MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab's features such as "Tape Simulation" avoid that malady with warmer, more powerful analog-like sound. The "Chorus Filter" makes thin MP3s sound like they came straight from a stereo. Hi-Fi experts as well as novices will enjoy enhanced restoration capabilities, such as manual click removal, DeHisser 2.0, and DeNoiser 2.0, with a wizard that immediately locates and fixes disturbing noises. These and other important features are now easily accessible through the new "Task Assistant," which also includes helpful mini-video tutorials. MAGIX Audio Cleaning Lab 10 will be available June 16, 2005 through MAGIX dealers.