Does anyone need an easy-to-use, free audio editor for the most used operating system in the world? Here is Auphonic Edit , a new audio editor and recorder for Android.

Auphonic Edit is a non-destructive audio editor and recorder with focus on ease of use, high-quality audio and stability. In combination with the integrated Auphonic web service, you can post-process, encode, tag and publish your podcasts, interviews, music recordings on the go with a single click.

View Auphonic Edit in Play Store

Integrated Audio Recorder

The focus of our integrated recorder is robust and high-quality recording:
It is possible to ...

After a very long Apple review time, we are finally allowed to release version 1.0 of the all new, native and free Auphonic Recorder app for iOS:

View Auphonic Recorder in App Store

This app is a co-production with one of the best iOS developers out there: Martin Hering (Vemedio, Instacast, etc.). Many thanks Martin for your great work!


Recording (left) and Waveform (right) view of the Auphonic Recorder iOS app.


The focus of the Auphonic Recorder is robust and high-quality recording:
It is possible to choose between multiple microphones from your iPhone, an external USB interface, headsets, etc. and ...

Once in a while it is necessary to convert big audio or video archives to new formats and metadata conventions, other servers, new loudness targets or apply some audio processing/restoration algorithms.
Now we offer a managed processing of archives to companies and institutions, where we adapt our algorithms and workflows to special requirements of our clients, implement all steps (no need to program the Auphonic API yourself) and perform the whole process on dedicated hardware to speed-up the conversion.

National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

What we can offer

We will adapt the algorithms and workflows ...

Another year is coming to an end: time for Krampus and Nikolaus to rewards the well-behaved ones with gifts – and to fix some remaining bugs from 2015 in our desktop apps :) !
Today we release version 1.7 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor and version 1.3 of the Auphonic Multitrack Processor.

A typical Krampus in Austria, image by Johann Jaritz.

As with all minor releases, these are free updates and everyone is invited to download the latest binaries:

Changelog

This release is mainly a bug fix release.
It fixes ...

We are happy to release version 1.6 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor and version 1.2 of the Auphonic Multitrack Processor with new features and bug fixes for Mac and Windows (see Changelog below).

These are free updates, everyone is invited to download the latest binaries:

Changelog

  • Opus Encoder and Decoder:
    We included an opus encoder and decoder in all apps. Opus is particularly interesting for podcasts due to its suitability for both, music and speech, and its outstanding sound quality at also very low bitrates. For more see Opus, the revolutionary open ...

We finally released our new Auphonic Multitrack Desktop App for Mac OS X and Windows!

Auphonic Multitrack takes multiple input audio tracks, analyzes and processes them individually as well as combined and creates the final mixdown automatically.
Leveling, dynamic range compression, gating, noise and hum reduction, crosstalk removal, ducking and filtering can be applied automatically according to the analysis of each track.
Loudness normalization and true peak limiting is used on the final mixdown.

Users of the Adaptive Leveler will automatically get a discount of -33% for Auphonic Multitrack.

Please visit our Auphonic Multitrack Processor Page for more information!

The Auphonic Multitrack Algorithms were released for paying users only, because they need much more processing time and are more complicated to use.
Now we opened them for free users as well, so that everyone can try our Multitrack Algorithms for short productions up to 20 minutes!

(image by Felipe Vergara)

Our Multitrack Algorithms use multiple input audio tracks in one production: speech tracks recorded from multiple microphones, music tracks, remote speakers via phone, skype, etc.
All tracks must start at the same time, will be processed individually as well as combined and Auphonic creates the final ...

We just released version 1.4 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor with many new features and fixes, including a new preset system, much faster processing (parallelization), algorithm improvements and more.

Screenshot of the Auphonic Leveler 1.4 with menu to load, save and delete a preset.

Updates in Version 1.4

The following new features were added:

  • Parallelization of Individual Algorithms:
    Algorithms are now computed in parallel, also if you only process one single file.
    This brings a big speed improvement when processing only one long recording, like for example a long podcast.
  • Presets:
    It is now possible to create, load ...

We are happy to announce that full import and export possibilities from/to Spreaker are now supported by Auphonic!

Spreaker has a lot to offer for audio producers: audio file hosting with web page, RSS feed generation for multiple shows, chapter marks, advanced audio analytics, embeddable audio player widget, mobile and desktop apps for recording with (optional) live streaming support, full API, RSS feed import, etc. The basic Spreaker account is for free – see pricing if you need more.

Auphonic and Spreaker complement each other perfectly, therefore we implemented a connection to Spreaker as an incoming and outgoing ...

The Auphonic multitrack algorithms have been in Private Beta since May 2014 and after a long development process and many refinements, we are releasing them to the general public today!
UPDATE: More recent information about our multitrack algorithms can be found here!

Audio statistics of an Auphonic production with multiple tracks.
Music segments are displayed in red and the speakers in gray.

About Auphonic Multitrack

The Auphonic Multitrack Algorithms use multiple input audio tracks in one production: speech tracks recorded from multiple microphones, music tracks, remote speakers via phone, skype, etc. Auphonic processes all tracks individually as well as ...