SoundSaver for Mac and Windows streamlines the process of converting and restoring LPs and tapes with a step-by-step tab-based approach.
The boxed "kit" edition of SoundSaver includes a free 6-foot RoHS-compliant stereo mini to dual RCA cable. Additional adapters can be added for other connections. SoundSaver uses BIAS' patent-pending, corrective, linear-phase noise-reduction (CLNR) algorithm.
While SoundSaver offers manual track marking during and/or after recording, it also offers an intelligent Auto-Define Tracks feature. Once a recording is made, tracks may be automatically defined with a single click in most instances, and track markers can always be adjusted if needed. Track names, album titles, artist info and more can be automatically applied by connecting to the Internet and entering the album name. SoundSaver can then export the individual tracks as MP3, uncompressed WAV files, or directly to iTunes with a single click.
A free 14-day trial is available for download from the BIAS site. SoundSaver is available now for purchase at an introductory suggested retail price of $49.95 U.S.; download edition without the RoHS-compliant audio cable also available. BIAS is also offering special limited-time incentives for existing owners of USB turntables and tape decks manufactured by companies such as Alesis, Audio Technica, Crosley, Denon, DJ Tech, Gemini, GEM Sound, Grace Digital, ION, Numark, TEAC, Technics and others.