FlexiMusic Wave Editor
FlexiMusic Wave Editor Description:
1. FlexiMusic Wave Editor can open and save these audio formats, "wav", "au", "snd" and "raw". It can read and write "Mp3" files with the help of an external command line encoder. You can save part of the wave to a new file.
2. Record and play wave sounds. You can play them with variable speed by setting the tempo/speed %, and play them forward and backward. You can play a selected part of a file (left or right channel separately etc.). The Quick Play function allows you to jump to any place to start playing with a simple click.
3. Huge file editing. Audio files upto 2000mb size for a 16 bit file.
4. Fast editing: Cut, Copy, Delete, Delete Silence, Paste, Paste Mix and Undo take only a fraction of a second, regardless of file size.
5. A good book marking system is in use. You can bookmark a selected portion or view and reuse the same bookmark as needed. You can name the bookmarks with remarks and can save and recall the bookmarks.
6. Transform operations: Reverse, invert, move-up/down, move-forward/backward, inter-change channels, channel mix etc.
7. Re-formatting, re-sampling: You can change the sound format between stereo and mono, 8bit and 16 bit. You can re-sample using different sampling rates. You can change the size of the file by entering a new duration.
8. Volume Processing: Maximize, Quick fade-in/fade-out
9. Special Effects: Equalizer, Band Pass/Stop Filter, Noise Reduction, Echo, Reverb, Modulate, Stretch/Shrink, Change Speed...
10. Generate: Add sine waves with one or two frequencies (changing from one to the other), or multi-frequency noise, silence etc.
11. Draw: You can directly draw the wave form by using the mouse on it, like painting/writing. This is useful for repairing noises, removing clicking sounds and creating special sounds.
12. Batch Processing
13. Unlimited Undo operations.
14. Supported file formats WAV, MP3 (with external...
Operating System Support: Win/95/98/ME/2000/XP/ Vista
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