Ashampoo Music Studio 2019

by Ashampoo GmbH & Co. KG

Power, full and Robust application for sound recording, track organizing and music editing

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Ashampoo GmbH & Co. KG

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Ashampoo Music Studio 2019: Robust application for  sound recording, track organizing, and music editing
If you want to record your own audio files on your windows computer try Ashampoo Music Studio 2019. Click the "Record" button and select sound. Use the built-in tools to edit sound and records.

Ashampoo Music Studio 2019 is a music application used to edit, compress, organize and record music and sounds. You can also design covers from the design cover menu for your new projects.IT also offers to create playlists function compatible with your device.
You can use any file format to save your music in the playlist. The Playlists feature allows users to play songs in any order and on any device. The playlists created with Ashampoo Music Studio 2019 are compatible with almost any device like Android or Itunes because it supports dozens of formats. Ashampoo Music Studio 2019 comes with many useful tools for example Edit metadata, normalize songs, parse your audio files.


  • Record Sound
  • Edit metadata /Sound
  • Compress Sound
  • Organize Music

Ashampoo Music Studio 2019 for Windows is so cool. I use it to create mixes and CDs all the time. It is music editing software that I can use to edit sound and music. It's a free download. I can use it to split up audios, audio trim, and live recording among many other features. So much fun.
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