WavePad Sound Editor overview
WavePad Sound Editor works with many audio formats, including MP3 and WAV. Allows to crop, remove or insert certain pieces of music, apply sound effects, improve the sound quality of different methods, and much more. It has an attractive and intuitive user interface.
System requirements for PC and Laptop
- Platform: Windows 7, Windows 8 (8.1), Vista, Windows XP or Windows 10 (32-bit & 64-bit).
Features of the WavePad Sound Editor
- Import audio files in the following formats: MP3, WAV, MP2, FLAC, AAC, OGG, MIDI, CDA, RAW, WMA and others.
- Editing of a musical composition, using a variety of tools (copy, paste, cut, cutting, deleting, dividing a track into several parts).
- Inserting or removing of silence.
- Improving the quality of record by automatically removing crackling, clicks, hiss and hum.
- Create an audio file from multiple tracks using the "mix" function.
- Inserting a smooth enhance/ reduce of the attenuation of volume.
- Normalization of audio signal to the optimum level.
- Overlay following sound effects: echo, distortion, flanging, reverb, phone, AM radio, chorus, tremolo and other special effects.
- Decreasing of the vocals. However, this effect can only be applied to a stereo file.
- Apply filters, bass and treble.
- Create and edit surround sound.
- Support for the visual and graphic equalizer to adjust the volume of certain audio frequency ranges.
- Apply additional modules to expand the functionality of the WavePad Sound Editor.
- Edit tags.
- Convert text data to speech signals, using a special synthesizer.
- Record sound from various sources (including microphone).
- Frequency analysis at the specified location on the track or within a certain time period.
- Convert audio to different formats.
- Upload tracks from the CD-ROM.
- Burn files to a CD-ROM.
- Saving audio files in the following formats: MP3, WAV, WPP, WMA, AIFF, OGG, AAC, FLAC and others.