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What does All Free Audio Editor do?

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The step-by-step instructions below will help you get started using All Free Audio Editor, a powerful visual audio editor, converter, recorder and burner software solution. It allows you to record and visually edit music, voice & other sound recordings. You can apply various audio effects and reduce noise easily. It also lets you burn your sound files to CD. Additionally, it supports a number of audio formats including WAV (multiple codecs), MP3, WMA, OGG and many more.

You need only 3 steps to get the audio files edited. All you need to do is to install and launch this editor & follow the instructions.

How does it work in detail?

1. add audio files

Click "Open" and choose an audio file of supported format to input. You can also click "Load CD" to input the tracks on the inserted audio CD. If you want to add your recording to the editor, just click "New Record" and use the built-in recorder to record anything you want to input to the editor. The editor will display the added audio in waveform which is convenient for visual editing. You can zoom the waveform by the zoom buttons or your mouse wheel.

2. edit the audio

Now you should select a part of the waveform to edit (we provide precise selection tools and bookmark/region manager). You can do some basic editing to the selection (cut, copy, paste, mix, etc.). Audio effects (echo, chorus, amplifying, normalizing, etc.), noise reduction function as well as filters can be applied. You may change the pitch and speed of the audio and reverse/invert the waveform. Configuration presets are provided for every effect. Unlimited undo/redo is provided for all operations. You can playback the audio by clicking on the play button.

3. save the editing changes

Click "Save" to save your editing (Save File: to save the edited file to replace the original one; Save File As: to save the edited file as a new audio file; Save Selection As: to save the selected part of the waveform as a new audio file). 4 output formats are provided in "Export Format" menu (MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG). Before you output the file, a window will pop up in which you can preset the format quality or specify parameters. After the quality adjustment, click "OK" to start saving. When the processing window disappears, the saving is finished and you can open the output location to enjoy your creation.

That's it. No cost, no registration, no malware & no complicated operation.


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