Record, visually edit audio as you desired and enhance the output result through artistic audio effects and filters to create perfect digital tracks.
Version: 7.6.6AV Audio Editor is full-featured digital audio editing software that offers a variety of audio recording, mixing, editing, analyzing and effects processing possibilities.
License: Free To Try $29.95
Operating System: Windows
The inbuilt audio recorder tool helps you record sounds from your favorite music video, Internet broadcasts, or programs like Real Player, CDs, microphones, vinyl records, and other input lines on a sound card. It even allows you to capture the sound from DRM protected music.
This powerful audio recorder uses a virtual sound card to record any audio played through your computer's sound card, preserving 100% of the original audio quality.
AV Audio Editor allows directly loading audio tracks from a music CD into the waveform window so that you can perform various editing operations without having to rip the CD tracks to the hard drive first.
There is also a free CDDB support to help search the online database for possible albums that matches (the artist, CD title, album, record label, track information, etc. could be retrieved and displayed).
Add your recording or any other audio files to visually perform all classic audio editing functions including cut, copy, paste, trim, delete, undo, redo, etc. with amazing ease on the zoomable waveform. What's more, the millisecond precision tool lets you pick the exact piece of the track you want to perform editing operations. Enjoy edited music on your music player with just a few seconds!
More than 20 effects and filters, including: Amplify, Delay, Equalizer, Fade, Flanger, Invert, Normalize, Reverse, Ban Pass Filter, High Pass Filter, High Shelf Filter, Low Pass Filter, Notch Filter and more are available for audio files promotion. So, just create your own symphony of favorite songs with these artistic effects for your listening pleasure.
Version 7.6.6: New Version may include unspecified updates, enhancements or bug fixes.