Digital Audio Editor is a perfect audio edit program for home studio recording and for people who are just getting started with audio editing.
- Free Download: http://download.cnet.com/Digital-Audio-Editor/3000-2170_4-10804069.html
- User Manual: http://www.audioeditor.us/DigitalAudioEditor_Help.pdf
With Digital Audio Editor you can
- Open, create and save audio files.
- Cut and paste audio file in the waveform window.
- Real-time visuals: bar, waveform, spectrogram, spectrum, level meter, etc.
- Play an audio file or any selected part of it.
- Record audio file from a microphone or other input devices.
- Record your voice and add special effects (like echo and fade).
- Combine or split files easily
- Edit an audio file (Cut, Copy, Delete Silence, Paste and Mix).
- Apply different effects (Amplify, Delay, Equalizer, Fade, Flanger, Invert, Normalize, Reverse, Multi Tap Delay, Silence, Stretch, Vibrato, Echo and Chorus).
- Apply different filters to the selected part of an audio file (Ban Pass Filter, High Pass Filter, High Shelf Filter, Low Pass Filter, Low Shelf Filter and Notch Filter).
- Insert noise or silence.
- Convert audio files.
- Use marker to locate the selected part or special part of the audio data.
- Edit the tags for mp3, mp2, wma file (Artist, Album, Title, Year, Comment, Track, Genre).
- And more….
Digital Audio Editor supports a wide range of formats:
- Uncompressed WAV PCM
- Compressed WAV (GSM, ADPCM, DSP, U-Law, A-Law and others)
- MPEG2 Layer 3 (MP3), MPEG2 Layer 2 (MP2)
- WMA (Windows Media Audio)
- Ogg Vorbis
- AIFF, AU
- MPC (Music Pack)
- VOX (Dialogic ADPCM)
- RAW (Uncompressed PCM, U-Law, A-Law)
- G.726, G.723, G.721
- Pentium class 500 MHz processor or better
- Windows® 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista
- 128 MB RAM
- 30 MB HD
- SVGA or higher resolution display
- 4x or better CD-ROM drive (for CD conversions)
- Sound Card
1. I am a newbie of audio editing. How do I start?
Step 1. Open an audio file. Click Open button in the top toolbar to open audio file. The audio data will display in the Wave View.
Step 2. Click and drag on the Wave View to select the part you want to edit
Step 3. Edit the audio data. Open the Edit and Filters menu item or click on the top toolbar to choose your action and edit the audio data.
Step 4. Save the audio data. You can save the audio data as various formats. Click the Save button to save the whole audio data or click Save Selection As button to save the selection.
2. How to record sound from Microphone, DVD Player, VCD Player, CD Player, MP3 Player, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, Web Page, Internet Conversation, Internet News, Internet Radio Station and the others?
Step 1. Select the Record Source. Select ‘Microphone’ in the Record (Play > Record ) to record from Microphone. Select ‘Stereo Mix’ in the Record Source to record any sound from your sound card.
Step 2. Click the Record button to begin recording.
Step 3. Click Stop button to end recording.
Step 4. Save the audio data (or you can edit it before saving).
You can save the audio data as various formats. Click the Save button to save the whole audio data, click Save As button to save the whole audio data with a different file name, type and location or click Save Selected As button to save the selection.