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TimeToy4 for Mac

Editors' Review

by   / March 26, 2014

TimeToy4 for Mac is an audio editing program that lets you adjust various features of your audio tracks through an intuitive interface. While the program's features make it a better fit for someone who has experience editing audio tracks, the streamlined controls make the software accessible to even novice users.

As soon as you install TimeToy4, you can begin adding and editing clips. There is no Help file, but it's not too hard to figure out where to start. You can add a clip from the file menu, and then use the three tabs at the top of the interface for Edit, Zoom, and Scrub to access the various editing options. Sliding scales at the bottom of the interface let you adjust the Stretch Quality, Texture Density, Fragment Size, Fragment Shape, and Fragment Direction, and next to those, you'll find the main audio controls, so you can move back and forth through the clip quickly. Between these two sets of tools, the large window in the middle of the interface displays the audio track and time clearly on a large scale, so you can make your cuts and adjustments with precision.

The free demo version of this app that you'll install initially only allows you to test the software on ten-second clips, and you can't save your work or record through the program. If you like what you see when testing TimeToy4 out, though, you can purchase an unrestricted version for $13. This app offers lots of useful features, and it performs well, so if you frequently edit audio files, it could be worth the investment.

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Editors' Review

by   / March 26, 2014

TimeToy4 for Mac is an audio editing program that lets you adjust various features of your audio tracks through an intuitive interface. While the program's features make it a better fit for someone who has experience editing audio tracks, the streamlined controls make the software accessible to even novice users.

As soon as you install TimeToy4, you can begin adding and editing clips. There is no Help file, but it's not too hard to figure out where to start. You can add a clip from the file menu, and then use the three tabs at the top of the interface for Edit, Zoom, and Scrub to access the various editing options. Sliding scales at the bottom of the interface let you adjust the Stretch Quality, Texture Density, Fragment Size, Fragment Shape, and Fragment Direction, and next to those, you'll find the main audio controls, so you can move back and forth through the clip quickly. Between these two sets of tools, the large window in the middle of the interface displays the audio track and time clearly on a large scale, so you can make your cuts and adjustments with precision.

The free demo version of this app that you'll install initially only allows you to test the software on ten-second clips, and you can't save your work or record through the program. If you like what you see when testing TimeToy4 out, though, you can purchase an unrestricted version for $13. This app offers lots of useful features, and it performs well, so if you frequently edit audio files, it could be worth the investment.

 
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher LowNorth
Publisher web site http://www.lownorth.nl/
Release Date October 19, 2014
Date Added October 19, 2014
Version 1.3.1

Category

Category MP3 & Audio Software
Subcategory Audio Production & Recording Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 13.9MB
File Name TimeToy4.zip

Popularity

Total Downloads 366
Downloads Last Week 1

Pricing

License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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