Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 + Portable [Latest]

Mp3Doctor PRO2

Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 is a music editor that comprises multiple features to modify and improve the overall quality of the audio files stored on your computer, while trying to keep things simple and easy for all users.

The application relies on a pleasant and clean interface, with intuitive features that may very well be aimed at beginners and professionals alike.

Unfortunately however, in case novice users are having a bad time trying to get used to the app, there is absolutely no help menu to lend them a hand in this regard.

The main ways to improve an MP3 file are nicely organized in tabs at the bottom of the main window, so you can either play a little bit with general settings, such as normalizing and trimming, change tempo and pitch, or turn to the advanced equalizer that also comes with multiple presets.

Features of Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 Final

• Mp3Doctor is the ONE AND ONLY software specialy designed to improve/modofy/fix/repair your Mp3 or Wav files.
• The philosophy of Mp3Doctor is to bring to the home or professional user a SIMPLE and EASY way to manipulate in a very accurate and advanced way the sound files without the need to be an expert in audio.
• Now everyone could give some make-up to his sound files before burning a CD or just to have a standarized set of Mp3 or Wav files.
• Specialy the music downloaders (Morpheus, Kazaa, Napster, etc) suffer the situation of having very different quality files with different volumes, qualities, eqalizations, untrimmeds, etc.
• Now Mp3Doctor will help you to mantaind and IMPROVE your music collection.
• The NORMALIZE, TRIM, RESAMPLE, ENCODE & DECODE features could be done either in SINGLE MODE or in BATCH MODE.

Title: Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 v
Developer: Pro-Software
License: ShareWare
Language: English
OS: Windows

Download Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 (17 MB) :
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Portable Mp3Doctor PRO2 2017 (23 MB) :
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This post was recently updated on March 2, 2017