The new version now runs on both Macintosh and Windows PCs and comes with a modern dark theme that appears crystal sharp on retina style displays. The user friendly interface helps to find the best way to bring old recordings back to life and guides the user through all the steps from recording, file import and track splitting to restoration and CD burning.
AudioLava is capable of removing noise such as tape hiss, hum or clicks and crackle on LP records as well as improving clipped audio. The algorithms are based on the audio restoration technology found in their Restoration Suite, but offers a simplified user interface that makes the restoration process easier.
AudioLava automatically splits recordings into separate tracks, which can also be edited manually. A large set of integrated tools are included, ranging from dynamic processors and equalizer to highly realistic reverb. Plug-ins in the VST, VST3 and AU (Mac only) formats are supported. Real time processing simplifies fine tuning of the parameter settings. The restored recordings can be burned as audio CDs or saved to audio files on the computer in a variety of formats, including WAV, MP4, MP3, Ogg and FLAC.
Price and Availability
AudioLava 2 is available for purchase on the Acon Digital web site for $29.90 USD. AudioLava 1.x customers who purchased after January 1st 2018 are entitled to a free upgrade. Other AudioLava 1.x customers can upgrade for $14.90 USD.