Whether you are a professional or a home user, there are numerous occasions where you might need to edit your audio files. Below is a few examples of those occasions: * Your audio files contain excessive silences which you want to remove. * You have some bad quality audio files like old recordings whose quality you want to improve. * You have an audio recording whose playback tempo you want to slow down in order to learn and play it on your Guitar. Main features of Audio Editor: * Graphical representation of sound. * All types of operations such as invert, reverse, amplify, normalize, fade, vibrato, etc. are supported. * All types of filters such as LowPass, HighPass, LowShelf, etc. are supported. * Unlimited undo of operations. * Supported formats: MP3 (including VBR), WMA, WAV, ADPCM, GSM, DSP, MP2, PCM (uncompressed Wave), OGG Vorbis, G721, G723, G726, A-LAW, U-LAW and RAW.
Software that can be used as an alternative to Audio Editor: