Dear users of CoolUtils software! We wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We are closing another year. And we can say that TAC has got better.
1. We added Unicode support so that different characters were displayed correctly.
2. We added AMR to the list of supported formats (AMR is well supported by most of modern mobile telephone handsets).
3. We fixed lots of bugs. Thanks to all our contributors who pointed them out to us.
4. Besides, Total Audio Converter is now available in German, Spanish, and French.
5. TAC is Vista compatible.
To take the advantage of all these improvements download the latest version of TAC here.
It is absolutely free to registered users. It will automatically get registered if you already have a registered copy of TAC on your computer. If you lost your key just contact our support team via Contact Form and they will send you a new key free of charge.
Happy holidays and more music that you love!
Though I can’t deny that I use Total Movie Converter I became a victim of pushy advertising. The ad described so many benefits of another video converter that I decided to try it. I didn’t have to pay the money (it’s shareware) so I hit Download button.
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CDs are being conquered by digital music mainly mp3 and aac. Every gadget is getting smaller and more powerful and CD players look too bulky compared to iPod or any other mp3 player. The world goes digital and there are a number of services to help it in that.
Sure you may rip your CDs yourself to any format you need (lossless WMA or lossy MP3, it’s the output file size that matters). Total Audio Converter has a good built-in CD ripper that allows you to rip CD to WMA, MP3, FLAC, AAC and 7 other formats. The advantage is that you choose the target format, select all the settings and have overall control over the process. And it’s cheap – you pay $19.90 for Total Audio Converter and rip as many CDs as you like. But it’s rather time-taking especially if you have hundreds of CDs and you want all of them to be converted to mp3.
Here is the list of services to save your time.
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We all love music. And everybody at least once entered the query download mp3 free into Google. And what? Hours of senseless sites and no mp3 file in your downloads folder. I have run an experiment and tried to find a free download of Tokio Hotel using Google. My experience may help you to avoid some sites and take a closer look at others.
So I searched for Tokio Hotel mp3 free download. The first one to come was www.mp3raid.com
Mm, I see Get Tokio Hotel Schrei button, press it and … listen to an audio ad. Ups.
Then I loved that notice:
We strongly suggest you to delete the audio files you downloaded in 24 hours and buy tokio hotel’s album.
So all you can get is to listen to the song and the quality is not high at all. I failed to download anything. Bad:(
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Raves are their own world. Foam, lights, and darkness collide up against a wall of sound and are transformed into world where the beat defines the life within its range. People dance to rhythms that would have been alien to the planet even years ago, as music from other sources is remixed, synthesized, and burned to compact disks and downloaded to iPods, and then thrown at an unsuspecting world. Even the names of the genres listened to our evocative of a rave: Trance and ambience. The music has been stripped down and redressed for the dance floor, one our ancestors would have recognized from their own rituals.
The dance floor is only for dancers; there isn’t room for anything but dancing. But the experience provides a common ground for when the dancers leave the floor, and from that common ground other things may develop, deals that may lead to business, romance, and anything in between. Leaving the dance floor is difficult; the music grabs you and refuses to let go, allowing you to shed the intellect that keeps you from making decisions, and allowing your emotions to take over. And if the DJ is doing it right, you will never have a proper break to shrink from the dance floor, as only thirst and exhaustion allow your intellect to come back to the fore and allow your will to take you away from the lights and music.
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Are you thinking over the hot offer? CoolUtils Pro bundle seem to be a good thing but will you use all those programs? We asked our customers who purchased CoolUtils Pro bundle some time ago to analyze if it was a good deal. Here is one of the replies we got:
“I bought CoolUtils Pro bundle a year ago. Up to this time I can state that it is worth its money though there are still programs that I haven’t tried yet. I mostly use 8 of them.
First, I convert all kinds of music and rip CDs with Total Audio Converter. That is absolutely fantasic! Very easy-to-use and very powerful. I like my TAC.
Total Audio Tags is a good add-on to my audio converter. I am not crazy about music collections but Total Audio Tags helps me a lot. The advantage is that I can edit tag info inseveral files at once. Besides, I use it as a renamer and get the tracks with names like Title-Author-Album. That’s very convenient!
Continue reading “How Do I Use My CoolUtils Pro Bundle, or what’s the point of getting 37 tools”
Nostalgia can be a powerful force. We are always looking for momentos of our past, ways to see where we have been so that we can see how well we have done, or how we have forgotten what was once important. Ironically, one of those ways in which we make the most important decisions is based on the silliest of all things: TV Theme songs.
The theme of most TV shows is considered the least important part of the show; after all, once you decide on it, produce a short version for the beginning credits and an instrumental version for the end credits, as well as a long version for possible radio play, and a quick instrumental-only version for segues, the theme no longer matters. Worse, few shows are popular based solely on the theme; we watch for the characters, the actors, or even because we relate to the show.
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Language is a fascinating creature. Somewhere, it was recognized that certain groups did certain things better than others, and so the language of the experts came to dominate that trade: Portuguese for sailing, German for the sciences, and English for trade. Eventually, if you were interested in those areas, you spoke the appropriate language. It was more than just a good career move; it enabled you to conduct negotiations, limit your dependence on others, and you basically can pursue options that you wouldn’t normally be able to do.
However, eventually everyone became as good as they were, so mastering those languages didn’t matter as much. As more nations expanded their navies and colonies, they became just as good. In short, languages that once provided the lingua franca of their areas were relegated to just another voice in the crowd as the country they represented faded in significance, and being a translator became an in-demand job.
Today, we are facing the same problem on an electronic level. As a company rose to prominence in a specific field, it was able to define which audio format that field used for its day-to-day business. Until that happened, those in the field used whatever audio format they wanted for their programs, creating a certain degree of chaos until some company became big enough to establish a specific format for the industry (like MP3). Open-source OGG is not as popular as it used to be and tody you have to convert OGG to MP3 to listen to it. At the same time, it’s possible for someone new to the field to knock down an established format by showing that it’s the superior format and establishing itself as a leader in the industry.
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iPod today is not just a music player. It is an indispensable piece of technology. With its ability to play music and some video, it is has become part of entertaining a person on the go. But if you are still using your iPod as a mere music player then 50% of its potential is lost for you. Here is a comprehensive list of different programs that will help you to unlock the full potential of your iPod.
1. Anapod Explorer – manage your iPod through full Windows Explorer integration under My Computer. The tool has the look and feel of Explorer. So browsing your iPod using Explorer-like folders, right-click menus, and drag and drop saves loads of time and effort. Besides, Anapod allows you to easily transfer music and data to and from your iPod.
2. iGadget is another many-in-one tool to enhance your iPod. It will transfer songs and playlists from your iPod to your computer and/or into iTunes and preserve user ratings, play counts, and last played dates. But that is not all;) iGadget will make your iPod show you the movie showtimes, daily horoscope, weather forecasts, and even gas prices in your area! It’s both Windows and Mac compatible.
Continue reading “Comprehensive List of iPod Software, or a few tools to unlock the full potential of your iPod”
Almost every hobby has its retro period, where things that were popular become popular again. Video games from the beginning of the history of video games have become popular again, especially as they are easily portable to hand-held and are fun even on the most advanced monitors. (Of course, there is the irony value of playing something that’s basically ancient on modern technology…)
It’s not that hard to find the tracks; in fact, some companies even put out their own CDs and tracks. Also, a number of would-be musicians have found ways to grab the music, and then burn to CDs or post it online on discussion forums or private websites. You can find the background sounds and music for just any game if you look hard enough, and the number of gaming companies that have gone belly-up without selling off the rights to bigger companies has been an advantage (no one bothers going after copyright infringement, and some of the bigger companies actually encourage as a form of marketing).
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