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#1 CasterSoundboard

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CasterSoundboard is a software that enables you to create and edit sounds for your show, podcasts, etc. The software has a fairly simple interface that allows you to create different audio files, name them, and arrange them in a specific order for your project. Users can add background music, voice-over, and different sound effects such as laughter, animal voices, etc. They can loop tracks as well as adjust their pitch, fades among other things. The ability to create unlimited soundboards, graphical user interface, built-in browser, dynamic toolset, save button, user help, file details, trim audio features, and on-screen mini device are some of its formidable features.

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#2 JN Soundboard

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JN Soundboard is a Naudio sound-playing software that can play sounds on different sound devices using simple hotkeys. The software even has configuration options where you can edit, add or remove hotkeys according to your preferences. You can even restrict hotkeys to specific windows. It has a fairly simple UI where things like shortcut keys, sound location, and linked device details are displayed to you on an easy-to-navigate dashboard. Some of its interesting features include text to speech option, vast compatibility with different audio files, Microphone loopback, random sound play, automatic push to talk key while playing audio, and XML files support.

#3 Soundplant

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Soundplant is a music software that allows you to turn your standard computer’s keyboard into a powerful music tool where you can edit audio and create or test sound effects among many other things without requiring any hardware. This software can play sound files in any format which can be assigned to any key on the keyboard. It can even be used as a musical instrument such as a drum pad or an electronic guitar and is helpful for both learning and real-life use in the studio, podcasts, parties, television, and theater. Etc. Some of its amazing features include Graphical material design, real-time audio frequency display, strong custom support, drag, and drop function, visual depiction of sounds, multiple sound file format compatibility, and keyword shortcuts.

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#4 iJingle

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iJingle is an app for smartphones and tablets where you can listen to music, podcasts, or any other audio files. The app comes with a graphical interface with a simple-to-use material design. Complete information of the audio tracks is displayed such as running time, artist details, etc. Aside from simple configuration options such as adjusting volume and changing playing speed, etc., you are also given advanced features such as manipulating in and out loop points, auto and manual cues, fading options, and ducking options.

Some additional features include a search bar, cloud backup and restore service, email registration, user-help, in-built audio store, track buying, custom playlists, shuffle play, and much more.

#5 Soundboard Studio

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Soundboard Studio is a sound editing app that allows you to prepare special sounds for your show, broadcast, studio, or any occasion. It can be used for creating tracks, intro and outro of the show, comedic content, and so much more. It can help in adding background music, voiceovers, and special effects such as the sound of applause, crickets, drums, cheering crowd, and ticking clocks, etc. You can even trim sounds, loop them or manipulate their fade.

The app comes with many configurations allowing you to add names, change appearances, color, and playlist of each of your audio files. Some of its other modest features include solo play, graphical material design, automation, multiple soundboards, drag, and drop function, multitasking, import track options, silent mode, thumbnail addition, and the ability to play multiple tracks concurrently.

#6 Farrago for Mac

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Farrago for Mac is a sound app for Mac OS that allows you to create and edit audio files. It can be used both for personal enjoyment and for professional reasons such as preparing a track and sound effects for a show, live performance. Among the many changes users can make is adding background music, voiceovers, recorded sounds, and adjusting sound playing speed, fade, and pitch, etc. These sounds can be imported from any third-party platform. You can create unlimited sound sets and arrange them in order where you can play them individually or collectively. Some important features of this app include automation, play/pause button, graphical UI, animations, smooth window transition, solo play, configuration options, data save, dark theme, shortcut keys, and MIDI support.