Saturday, June 25, 2016

dBpoweramp Reference 16.0 Created for Audio Professionals

Audio conversion perfected, effortlessly convert to mp3, FLAC, Apple lossless and more. dBpoweramp Music Converter™ has become the standard tool for audio conversions, over 30 million users world trust their converting to dBpoweramp.

mp3 Converter
Convert mp3, m4a (iTune

& iPod), WMA, WAV, AIFF, AAC, FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC) to name a few.

High Speed Conversions
Look for a mp3 converter which encodes using all CPU cores simultaneously, get the job done in double quick time.

No Malware
Free converters come with a little extra (a spying toolbar, Trojan, malware, or virus), dBpoweramp has never bundled in 15 years, those wanting an mp3 converter, get just that and only that. No Trojan, no malware, no viruses.

Batch Convert
Large numbers of files with 1 click, filter on mp3 or other file type.

DSP Effects

Process the audio with Volume Normalize, or Sample / Bit Rate Conversion. dBpoweramp is a fully featured mp3 Converter.

dBpoweramp integrates into Windows Explorer, an mp3 converter that is as simple as right clicking on the source file; Convert To. Popup info tips, Edit ID-Tags are all provided.

It is safe to say, no other audio program converts more multi-format audio files than dBpoweramp, we have spent 15 years perfecting format-compatibility and conversion stability. If converting FLAC to mp3, wma to mp3, or wav to mp3, dBpoweramp is the right choice.


  • New visual style, high DPI aware, 200% and 300% compatible 
  • Configure dBpoweramp repurposed as dBpoweramp Control Centre, only elevates on changes to shell settings Configuration, if proxy server is enabled but no proxy server is set, it is disabled. 
  • DSP Effects included as standard in all installs, DSP version number is now dBpoweramps version number 
  • dBpoweramp Shell Tag Editor - looks up art with PerfectTUNES 
  • Naming Section total rewrite Naming Added new values [track_unpad] [track_total_unpad] forunpadded track number and count 
  • Naming [IFEQUALS] check will match from multiple stored values, such as one match from 3 genres 
  • Naming added [REPLACE] function 
  • Naming added [WORD] function to limit word count
dBpowerAMP Music Converter:

  • Can add or remove CPU Cores from converting whilst converting Nearly instant when converting 1000's of files if the file naming does not require ID Tags reading for filenames 
  • Works with DSP effect 'conditional encoding' to allow programmable actions on files depending on their settings (such as copy 1:1 mp3, not encode) 
  • Option to precache read the source file, more for non-ssd systems, improves read performance by 100% 
  • New option (in configuration) 'Filename restricted characters' 
  • When finalizing DSP Effects (such as 100K RG album gains being written), the display is now responsive 
  • dBpoweramp Codec Central Link: Codec Central
  • "Spoon's" Setting Guide, Link: Spoon's Setting Guide

dBpoweramp Music Converter Reference 16.0

1, 16.0
2. 16.0
3. 16.0

Would be glad for some comment about this ripper. I have not found any better ripper than this one.


flyra said...

It's not the ripper, it's the absolutely top-notch converter that sets it on top of the crop!

Anonymous said...

I use EZ CD Audio Converter. Seems to do (and more)what db does. Converts a 15 track Flac LP using 8 cores in about 10 sec. Otherwise it`s a decent programme, i`ve used previous versions.
Regards from OZ.

Anonymous said...

Still using an earlier version you linked to. Extremely useful! Thanks very much!

Jobe said...

Dude thanks a million for this I've always thought db was the easiest to use

Anonymous said...

You are amazing!

jack bond said...

Thank you for this. I was looking for something to convert m4a, flac etc to MP3 but there are so many things and it was very confusing. Very helpful of you to post this because from what you say it's the best out there. I tried converting a FLAC to mp3 last night and it worked fine. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Great software....and thanks for your generosity!

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot. This looks really good. I am going to try it soon.
Also thanks for some very good music!
Jan (Netherlands)