AIMP Classic is a real audio processor that allows you to listen to audio, transcode music, “rip off” AudioCD, edit tags, record sound from any audio device in the system, and much more. All most popular audio formats are supported.
AIMP is a multifunctional audio center. With built-in utilities, you can easily transcode music from one format to another, record sound from a microphone or other audio device, edit tags of MP3, OGG, WMA files, as well as a group to rename or sort music files. The program was created according to the comments of users of other players, so that it focused all the best and even more.
Works with the following audio file formats: wav; ogg; wma; cda; mp3; mp2; mp1; mtm; mod; xm; it; aif; umx; s3m; mo3; etc. This list of supported formats can be replenished with additional plug-ins.
The player has an 18-band equalizer that allows you to change the sound to the best quality. There are also standard blanks for some types of music ported from Winamp. In addition to the equalizer, there are also 4 special effects: Chorus, Echo, Flanger, Reverb. Each of which has its own settings, which are saved when the program ends.
Additional features AIMP:
Audio Converter allows you to convert music from a variety of formats into popular wma, mp3, wav, ogg.
AudioGrabber allows you to “rob” AudioCD (CDA) in Mp3, OGG, WAV or WMA
Sound recording will allow you to record sound from any audio device in the system in mp3, ogg, wav and wma!
There is a built-in tag editor with which you can easily edit ID3v1, ID3v2, and OGG and WMA tags.
Batch renaming files will allow you to sort your huge music collection by one of the selected templates in a few minutes.
Turn off the computer at a specified time.
Configuring global and local hotkeys (+ templates from WinAmp and WMP)
Plugin support, with which you can expand the capabilities of the program: add new utilities and modify existing ones!
In addition to all this, the program has such a convenient function as recording on the fly streaming audio, such as broadcasting Internet radio.