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Music Mac 2.0 Supports Additional File Formats, More

Music Mac 2.0 Supports Additional File Formats, More

by , 7:55 AM EST, February 28th, 2007

Mireth Technology announced the immediate availability of the audio file format conversion and playback application Music Man 2.0 on Wednesday. The new version offers support for a wider range of music file formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AIF, Audio CD, MIDI and Ogg Vorbis. It also sports a new tabbed interface with drag and drop zones for music playback, conversion, and burning to disc or writing to Flash-based devices.

Music Man 2.0 is available at the Mireth Technology Web site for US$19.95 as a download, or $29.95 on CD.

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