Monkey’s Audio is a fast and easy way to compress digital music. Unlike traditional methods such as mp3, ogg, or wma that permanently discard quality to save space, Monkey’s Audio only makes perfect, bit-for-bit copies of your music. That means it always sounds perfect – exactly the same as the original. Even though the sound is perfect, it still saves a lot of space (think of it as a beefed-up Winzip™ your music). The other great thing is that you can always decompress your Monkey’s Audio files back to the exact, original files. That way, you’ll never have to recopy your CD collection to switch formats, and you’ll always be able to perfectly recreate the original music CD.
Version 4.33 (December 1, 2017)
Fixed: Disabled sorting while processing (it would make a mess).
Version 4.32 (November 30, 2017)
Changed: Made it possible to sort by the processing time of files.
Changed: Increased the maximum number of simultaneous processes.
Version 4.31 (November 29, 2017)
Fixed: Adding more than five folders would make it stop working.
Changed: Adding a folder no longer removes the existing files.
Version 4.30 (November 20, 2017)
NEW: Added Ctrl+A to the program to select all the entries.
Fixed: The x64 compile wasn’t decoding old APE files properly.
Version 4.29 (November 18, 2017)
Changed: Lots of improvements to the SDK for Linux and Mac (big thanks to Robert Kausch).
Changed: Made the detection for URLs in the APE tag code check for https:// and m0ps://.
Version 4.28 (November 10, 2017)
Fixed: Fixed compilation on Linux and Mac and also added a few SDK code changes recommended by a nice user.
Version 4.27 (November 8, 2017)
NEW: Added sorting the list of the main program.
Version 4.26 (September 19, 2017)
NEW: Added a 64-bit version.
Fixed: Corrupt APE files could stall instead of bail out.
Fixed: Corrected the slash direction in filenames on platforms other than Windows.