Monday, November 15, 2010
Digital Audio Editor 126.96.36.199 Portable
Digital Audio Editor 188.8.131.52 Portable | 13.8 Mb
Digital Audio Editor - friendly interface allows you to perform lots of different operations in easy way. You can use it to record your own music, voice or other audio, edit it, mix it with other audio or musical parts, add effects like Reverb, Chorus, and Echo, and master it so that you can burn it to a CD, post it on the World Wide Web, or e-mail it. Digital Audio Editor supports all major audio file formats.
With Digital Audio Editor you can:
• Open, create, and save audio files in any of the supported formats (can also save any portion of a loaded file to disk as a new file);
• Display audio data waveform (Zoom Full, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Zoom Vertical);
• Play audio files or any portion of the files (Play, Pause, Stop);
• Record audio data from a microphone or any other available input device (you can record audio from DVD / VCD / CD Player, MP3 Player, Rea
lPlayer, Windows Media Player, Web Page, Internet Conversation, Internet News, Internet Radio Station and more);
• Edit audio files visually (Cut, Copy, Delete Selection, Delete Silence, Paste, Paste From File, Mix, Mix From File);
• Apply various effects (Amplify, Compressor,
Delay, Equalize, Fade In and Fade Out, Flanger, Invert, Normalize, Phaser, Reverb, Reverse, Silence, Shrink, Stretch, Vibrato, etc.);
• Apply different filters to any selected portion of audio files;
• Convert an audio file from one format to anot
her, and much more!
Why do you need a music editing software?
Do you have one of the following problems with your music?
• You have many music CDs and want to save them as audio files on you pc.
• You have many tapes and want to save them as audio files on your pc.
• There are many music files on you pc and they eat too much disc size.
• Share music with your friends and family
members via Internet but the music files are too large to send.
• You want to split, combine mp3 files?
• You want to get parts from existing music. Use them to create new music.
• Make some changes to your music. Increase or decrease the volume, add fade in or fade out to you music, change the play speed.
• Apply some digital effects to your music.
• Record a piece of time, a conversation, a course or a lecture in real time.
· Pentium class 500 MHz processor or better
· 128 MB RAM
· 30 MB HD
· SVGA or higher resolution display
· 4x or better CD-ROM drive (for CD conversions)
· Sound Card