Fakin’ The Funk? is a tool that helps you to detect the true quality of your audio files in one batch. Nowadays you can download tunes from anywhere. But what is the real quality of these files? What if you could check those tunes to see if they’re really that good, and not upscaled 128kbps to 320kbps MP3s? You could batch-process them all without having to manually check them 1-by-1 using a spectrum analyzer? Import your music files. Fakin’ The Funk? will analyze the right bitrate and frequency. If it finds a wrong bitrate or lower frequency-peak, it will show you the actual bitrate. It’s up to you whether you want to rename those files, copy or move. Or just delete them. Fakin’ The Funk? Keep it real.
Free (for the 1st 100 detected fake files)
Lifetime updates (when donated to full version)
Cannot be fooled by audio-optimizers like Platinum Notes
Besides fake files, it detects corrupted & unreadable files as well
Supports all popular lossy & lossless audio file formats
Ultra-fast processing using multiple threads to speed up the analysis
Drag-&-drop support e.g. to Mp3Tag or Explorer
Shows frequency cut-off, using its built-in Spectrum analyzer
Listen to audio files directly, using its built-in player
Translated manually into English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, French, Swedish & Polish
Supports 24 bit formats & samplerates above 48 kHz
Tag-editor for the most common ID-tags incl. search & replace feature
Optional clipping detection
Configurable toolbuttons to search songs online (Amazon, iTunes, etc.)
The userdefined actions allow the new placeholders $frequency, $realbitrate, $samplerate, $bitrate, $bps, to enable access to the information about max. frequence, the estimated (real) bitrate, the samplerate, the claimed bitrate, the samplerate and bits per sample.
In addition there was missing an error dialog when manually tagging a file with these user-actions failed (e.g. because the file is write protected). This is fixed in this version.