Considering the time and effort music aficionados put into acquiring the best equipment, it does not come as a surprise that they expect the same from the digital audio files they get online. Unfortunately, in some cases they end up with poor quality audio files despite the prices they purchase them with.
Fakin The Funk is a lightweight piece of software designed to help you detect the true quality of your audio files with just one click.
The setup is a swift and straightforward process that takes little time and does not require any special attention from your part. Upon launch, the application prompts you to specify the directory where you store your music and it begins to analyze their bitrate and frequency automatically.
The program comes with a fresh, modern and appealing interface that is also well-organized and easy to navigate. While in the left panel, you can preview the folder being analyzed, in the larger right panel you can check out the results for each individual track examined.
The highlight of the utility stems from the fact that it displays the results of the parameters scanned in a way that is easy to compare, so you can immediately notice any discrepancies. Consequentially, you can preview the actual and declared bitrate or duration and decide if you want to keep or dispose of the poor quality files.
As a side note, the application provides you with the results only and it is up to you to decide what you want to do with the files that are not up to standard. You can either delete them via the right-click function or open the Windows Explorer to rename or move them to another directory.
In the eventuality that you are interested in learning whether you invested in high-quality audio samples or the files you store on your computer are the very best, then perhaps Fakin The Funk could lend you a hand.