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If you are looking for Soundit3, you have come to the right place. We explain what Soundit3 is and point you to the official download.

What is Soundit3?

SoundIt3 is an alias for the Sound It!program, a song authoring application for Japanese users. Available only in Japanese, it can be used to record audio and supplies processing utilities too for editing and finishing music projects. It has some sound effects readily available for users, including reverb, limiter and EQ sound tools. Users can build up their effects libraries beyond these preloaded selections by downloading plugins from the Web. Since the program has also been designed to take VST plugins, they can further expand their choices that way.

The Sound It!application also has a special feature that allows users to precisely measure loudness and a function that lets the user automate the process of volume setting for the song being created. PAN sound file converting is another function of the software, as is the generation of ACID files. Users can store their music projects created on the program in a variety of storage media, including CDs: the software has the ability to burn audio CDs, at least when paired with the right hardware for the job. There are versions for both Windows and Mac.

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File types supported by Soundit3

Our users primarily use Soundit3 to open these file types:

About file types supported by Soundit3

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Last updated: : August 6, 2014