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Top 5 Audio And MP3 Tools You Can Pick Up For Pennies

1. Sound Snooper - Secretly Record Conversation.
www.deprice.com/soundsnooper.htm

Sound Snooper is sound recording software that can be used for phone call recording and monitoring, radio broadcasts logging, spying, employee monitoring and so on.

2. AT&T Natural Voices - 3 Day Sale
www.deprice.com/attnaturalvoices.htm

The AT&T Natural Voices™ speech engine comes bundled with two US English voices, Mike and Crystal, in either 16khz or 8khz versions. You can add the Natural Voices™ engine to your purchase, or if you already have one of our products or other text to speech software you can purchase it as directed below.

3. RipEditBurn - Today Only 10% Off
www.deprice.com/ripeditburn.htm

Blaze Audio's award-winning RipEditBurn turns your PC into a digital audio powerhouse! It will rip CDs (including copy protected CDs by using our Analog Ripping Technology), edit wave, WMA and MP3 files, convert MP3/WMA files to wave and wave files to MP3/WMA, and burn your own custom music CDs easily, quickly, and at a price that won't break your budget.

4. Cool MP3 Splitter - $8.46
www.deprice.com/coolmp3splitter.htm

COOL MP3 Splitter allows you to split up an MP3 file into smaller MP3 files and easy to use! There are three methods which you can employ to split your tracks - split by section, split by time and split by size. Whichever you choose to use, you should find it very useful for creating audio CDs from your collection, and you can break up live songs from a recording of a concert you may have into individual tracks.

5. Mobile Music Polyphonic - Let It Ring
www.deprice.com/mobilemusicpolyphonic.htm

Mobile Music Polyphonic is a polyphonic ringtones composition and conversion software, which allows you convert midi, mp3 and wave to cellphone polyphonic ringtone format (smaf(*.mmf), amr format, sp-midi and awb format (amr-wb)).

About the Author

David D. Deprice sells audio tools for pennies on the dollar at http://www.deprice.com/audio.htm

David D. Deprice