Angel's Vox 1.7 esteve disponível como oferta em 7 de agosto de 2013
O Angel's Vox é o primeiro tocador de áudio para o Windows desenhado especificamente para os amantes de livros de áudio. Quantas vezes você já não teve que ficar procurando pelo posição onde você parou de escutar uma faixa? Você gosteria de ouvir diversos livros e podcasts ao mesmo tempo e não perder a posição de cada um? Você gostaria de poder acelerar a reprodução de um audiobook para economizar tempo, ou desacelerá-lo quando não entender a fala (por ex. ao aprender um idioma estrangeiro)? O Angel's Vox é uma solução útil e inovadora!
Com o auxílio do Angel's Vox, você poderá manter uma biblioteca dos seus livros de áudio. Você pode configurar diferentes níveis de volume e reprodução para cada um deles, e as configurações serão restauradas quando você os tocar. A posição da faixa se manterá no ponto exato onde você parou de escutá-la.
O Angel's Vox é integrado com o Audiobook Downloader Pro, e, como outros players de mídia, também pode ser embutido no Windows Explorer para o acesso rápido às suas principais funções .
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and Windows 8 (x86/x64)
SuperUtils Software announces a buy-one-get-one-free sale on their audio book player plus downloader! Till August 14th, 2013 purchase a license for Angel's Vox and get the single user license for the audio book downloader completely free of charge. Or vice versa: buying Audiobook Downloader Pro, you will get the player at no cost!
Audio Speed Changer Pro lets you to accelerate/decelerate MP3/OGG/WMA/WAV/MP4 audio files without changing the pitch. It is primarily intended for speeding up audio books as well as podcasts, but can be surely used with any music file.
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This GAOTD is an excellent and very handy product, especially for those people out there who are eager to learn a foreign languages at home(want to learn a foreign language? Hey dudes, why pay tons of money for nothing?? I learned English for FREEEEEE...LOL!!), since it enables you to speed up or slow down playback with ease.
So it's not an ordinary audio player, as someone wrongly said here, because it's designed for AUDIOBOOKS, which are in my view the best way to learn a foreign language with ease (but I quite understand that English native speakers crowding this forum usually don't need to learn a foreign language, thus don't care or don't figure out the importance of tools like this GAOTD).
This GAOTD supports batch mode and both MP3 and OGG audio file formats, with the ability to integrate itself with Windows Explorer.
Overall, if you are an AUDIOBOOK enthusiast, this is a MUST HAVE TOOL; if not, just skip it but do not give it a THUMBS DOWN
BEST FREE ALTERNATIVES
http://www.povalyaev.com/Default.aspx (==> Great FREE APP: also supports subtitles)
In addition to it you could use this great FREE & PORTABLE Italian app primarly designed to play and transcribe ordinary audio and video recordings (WAV, MP3, OGG, WMA, AVI, MPG, WMV, OGV, FLV, etc) concerning school lessons, interviews and recorded conferences.
But, what if we could create for FREE an audiobook on our own in MP3 Format and then listen it with Angel’s Vox or whatever else MP3 Player??
Impossible deed you say?? Of course NOT...
Alernatively you can also download FREE audiobooks from the following sites:
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When I installed this I found that it was not what I had hoped for but was so impressed by the interface that I decided to give it a try.
I really like the lovely clean interface, for someone older like myself it really helps, and I'll agree that as some of the comments have noted VLC is very similar in many respects.
One important difference for anyone learning a language, when the speech is slowed down or speed up the pitch does not change and it is not done in steps but has a variable range, this is not the case in VLC. It certainly will be a great help to the lady who comes and helps me with my housework, she is trying to learn English.
A nicely presented well thought out piece of software, and for anyone who likes audio books it looks pretty good to me
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Great program for audiobooks, especially those in foreign languages or those attempting to teach foreign languages.
And that answers lostinlodos's question above as to why it even offers speed changing -- it does help to sometimes slow down the audio if you're attempting to learn a new language. This is also mentioned in the website description, too.
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I love Angel's Vox. It hasn't been offered in a long time but the BEST thing about it is the SPEED changer in the playback. I know that Winamp does it as do a few others, but Angel's VOX does it, at least to my ears, the best. It does not come out choppy and blocky but still real sounding. I like this software and am glad to have it again. Thanks.
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Regarding slowing down: My grandfather had a stroke which took away his ability to read (which, next to cooking, was his favorite hobby) and slowed down his language comprehension. He got books on tape, and would slow them down so he could understand them better. This would have been perfect for him. There are lots of reasons for slowing down audio...
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