Triumph — Audio Editing, Mastering and Podcasting

Developer: Audiofile Engineering, LLC

Current Version: 2.5.11

Last Updated: 8 months ago

Download Size: 19.8 MB - Download



Triumph is a pioneering audio editor and post-production tool developed by musicians and engineers for musicians and engineers.

From weekend podcast polishing to video game and motion picture sound design, professional mastering to workflow automation, Triumph is built to make your design and post-production more inspiring, expressive and efficient. Triumph organizes everything you need into one beautifully designed interface that stays out of your way, allowing your to focus on what you do best: designing audio.

Triumph is optimized for Retina displays with full support for OS X Mavericks.


• Create and combine sounds in entirely new ways with patented audio layers feature
• Fully supports Audio Units plug-ins
• Eight beautiful and configurable meters including Level, VU, Lissajous, Correlation, Spectrogram and more


• Fully supports Red Book CD burning and DDP 2.0
• Includes our reliable DDP Player tool for quick and convenient playback and burning of DDP file sets
• Integrates industry-best Goodhertz sample rate converter and dither
• Supports the Loudness Range EBU R128 European broadcast standard
• Create “Mastered for iTunes” content with Triumph’s Analog Simulation features
• FHX™ headphones processor for more natural headphone listening experiences


• SmartEdits™ offer more flexible editing with fully adjustable properties like fade in and out, fade length and shape, name, color, and much more
• Layers save you time by keeping everything live and editable until the final product
• Apply edits, fades, automations and more with one click by using Actions
• Source/Destination editing via the Destination view and Destination Actions
• Create multiple Workspaces within your project, all referencing the same underlying audio assets
• Comprehensive support for industry-standard audio metadata including iXML
• Supports import and export of the Final Cut Pro X XML interchange format


• Triumph has unprecedented AppleScript support with far more scripting capability than any other audio tool on the market
• AppleScript-based Actions are the core of Triumph’s workflow
• Triumph features over 150 Actions that allow you to fully automate even the most complex parts of your workflow
• Create your own custom Actions to tailor Triumph to your specific workflow


• Easily diagnose and repair malformed audio files with the First Aid tool


• Publish your music to SoundCloud directly from Triumph
• Connect to Dropbox and back up with Gobbler for secure file storage
• Email audio files and analysis reports directly from the app
• Exports MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, AIFF and more


• Beautifully designed user interface stays out of your way, allowing you to focus on what you do best: design audio
• Full support for Retina displays
• Supports Full Screen mode


Triumph takes advantage of the latest OS X technologies including:

• AppleScript
• Multi-Touch gestures
• Auto Save & Versions
• Notification Center
• 64-bit
• Retina displays
• Full Screen
• Full support for OS X Mavericks



Release Notes:

Triumph 2.5.11 improves performance and reliability. Notable changes include:

• improves the performance and reliability of the Goodhertz Sample Rate Converter and Good Dither
• CD-TEXT is now fully ISO Latin 1/MS-JIS
• resolves an issue where the names of Assets might unexpectedly change
• replacing Assets in the SmartEdits List is now more reliable
• resolves an issue where Track Labels were not rounded to nearest frame when burning a CD
• improves reliability of importing FLAC files


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.3.2
Review by groove_guru

Slight learning curve, be patient, this app is worth it!! - So, I’ve tried Waveburner, Soundblade, Wavelab, to name a few, and discovered Triumph. First off, I could not get a good sound out of Waveburner (perhaps something to do with the available Dither options), at least not easily, and the bugs left me totally frustrated, so much so that I was unable to complete a mastering job. Perhaps since its support stopped in 2009, new issues where introduced when running on newer OSs. Soundblade was too difficult to get working for me, and it didn’t have sufficient support for file formats and plug-ins. Wavelab I’ve used in the past, but didn’t want to put out the $$$ for it. Other alternatives didn’t support Audio Units, etc. Triumph, was fairly easy to use at first then I had to read and watch some videos to move further on; I highly recommend using their Vimeo tutorials to get going properly and quickly! Although this is a bit difficult to get going properly at first, and there are some stability issues, this will be my go to app for CD Mastering moving forward. Don’t be fooled by the price, this app is fully pro! And most importantly, it “sounds” great! The Izotope processing really sounds smooth, but it also includes Apple encoders in addition. My first project was for our 'Shiny Plastic People - Space Case’ album, that had a few songs mixed out to various file types (wave, AIF, CAF), Sample and Bitrates, Triumph had no issues importing and playing back any of our final mixes. This app also exports to a slew of file types, as well as sample/bitrates. Tech support at Audio-File is top notch, they’ve helped me quickly via email, from my first bug submission to the next. Their site has the app download that allows for installations onto OS X 10.8.4, the Apple Store version (albeit identical in version number) is forced to 10.9 or newer. I had many issues running under OS 10.8, when I upgraded to 10.9.0, I have only had a couple of crashes but was able to work for hours without incident. Thanfully the app Autosaves. I highly recommend their player, Fidelia. I’ve needed a player that accepts Audio Unit plugins for analysis of other commericial material, just a side note.

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