Free Easy Audio Editor
|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000|
|File size:||6 MB|
Publisher description for Free Easy Audio Editor
Free Easy Audio Editor allows you recording audio data from various inputs like microphone, vinyl records, and other input lines on a sound card, such as recording live performances, capturing audio from turntables and tape players, etc. Use Timeline to select audio region for maximum precision. Use Free Easy Audio Editor to delete unwanted portions from a song, copy another part from another song you do like, mix your own vocals into it, etc. Edit audio using the traditional waveform view or the Frequency-based spectral display that makes it easy to isolate and remove unwanted noise. Edit and play audio while sweetening audio by adding 30+ audio effects like delay, flanger, chorus, reverb, amplify, and more from the built-in effects racks. Use the Noise Reduction tools to remove continuous noises such as a hiss or a hum. For example, you can eliminate unwanted noise that was added by a low quality microphone or your breath when singing into the Mic. You can undo many steps in reverse after modifying, using any of the operations mentioned above. And you can clear part or all of the undo data to recover disk space when needed. This undo option can be kept on or off. If you make a mistake, or if a test has failed, don't worry - you can always go back. Edit and save audio files in the most popular formats like MP3, WAV, WMA, and OGG with Free Easy Audio Editor. You are allowed to control the quality through presets or manual numeric adjustment. The Batch conversion is used where you want to apply same operations (i.e. audio effects or conversion) to a whole list of files which can speed up tasks and release you from tedious waiting. Adding bookmarks to a selected region or position accurately makes it easy for you to work on later. The bookmarks can be named automatically but you are free to rename them later. While the audio is playing, you can use shortcut keys (Ctrl + B) to bookmark the Currently playing location pointed to by the running cursor.