MP3 Doctor Pro Review

MP3Doctor - Patching Your MP3s Has Never Been Easier

Submitted by truehannah on Sat, 2008-09-06 04:04.
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The lowest price: 26.05$
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Volume Standardization, Trimming Feature
Somewhat confusing interface, karaoke mode offers mixed results

I got MP3Doctor because I was tired of all of my mp3s having different volume rates. Since I listen to a wide variety of music, from rock to classical, I found myself constantly having to adjust the volume on my speakers or my headphones so that I could hear the songs. MP3Doctor allowed me to fix this. With just a few clicks of a button, all my 100+ songs which I have in my collection were normalized. I no longer have to sit and wait for every song to play to see if I need to adjust the volume.

Another great feature MP3Doctor offers is the ability to trim your songs. Lots of my songs had a bit of silence at the end, or they drug out a bit too long with the instruments. You can choose to cut these pieces of dead air from your song, so you don't have to listen to it anymore. The trimming interface of MP3 Doctor was easy to understand. You just set the bar between the time period in the song you want to trim, click okay, and you no longer have that dead silence in your song. This is probably the greatest feature MP3 Doctor offers.

I also experimented a bit with the karaoke feature of MP3 Doctor. This features allows you to remove vocals from any of your songs, so if you just want the instrumental version of the song, you could give this feature a whirl. This is especially good for people who attend karaoke nights at bars, or if you host a karaoke at your own party. The few songs I tried had mixed results. From the two songs I used it on, I found its easier to remove the vocals completely from hard rock songs, than it is pop songs. You might have mixed results yourself. I think this all depends on what kind of music and whether the vocals have the same pitch of the music or not.


My only gripe about MP3 Doctor is the interface. It's very confusing navigating through all the features and figuring out what you want to do, especially finding the trimming feature. However, once you know where everything is, this becomes no problem. The volume equalizer was the hardest for me to figure out, but once I did, it offered great results. Over all, I'd say for anyone who is tired of having to constantly change volume on their songs, get MP3 Doctor. It's very well worth it.