TwistedWave is a very easy to use and powerful audio editor. It supports Audio Unit plug-ins and many file formats, including wav, aiff, caf, mp3, mp4, FLAC, Ogg / Vorbis. Good multichannel support: you can apply Audio Units to a selection of channels.
Version: 1.23.1TwistedWave is a very easy to use and powerful audio editor.
License: Free To Try $79.90
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It supports Audio Unit plug-ins and many file formats, including wav, aiff, caf, mp3, mp4, FLAC, Ogg / Vorbis and ambisonic sound files.
Good multichannel support.
TwistedWave lets you easily add, remove or reorder channels. You can also apply Audio Units to multichannel files, or to a selection of channels.
Unlimited undo and redo which works instantly.
Zooming in and out of the waveform is very fast.
Option-click and drag the mouse to zoom very accurately, while the waveform is being refreshed more than 100 times per second, even when the files are several hours long, or when the file has not finished loading, or when an effect is being applied.
When TwistedWave is busy loading a large file, or applying a complex effect, all the work happens in the background, and you can continue working with your document, applying new effects.
With TwistedWave, you never have to wait for the end of a long computation.
Working at a resolution up to 24-bit and 192 kHz sampling rate, TwistedWave enables you to work at a professional quality.
Version 1.23.1: Fixes and Improvements: - When saving files, the "Settings..." button will now show the codec, bit depth and bitrate details of the selected format, - Saving files was broken on macOS 10.9, - TwistedWave now shows the correct bit depth when opening ALAC files.
Version 1.22: New features: - The batch processor can now process files in parallel, - Added support for saving OPUS files, - Retry a punch-in recording by selecting "Audio > Punch-In Recording" while a punch-in is already in progress, - Added an option to configure the audio interface sample rate to match the file being played, - Automatically bypass the effect stack when it was applied. Fixes: - Saving .m4r files on Catalina was broken, - Batch processing split multichannel files was broken, - The bitrate parameter was not taken into account when saving AAC HE files, - The level meter could show nan or inf when recording audio, - A small click could be heard on a punch-in point.
Version 1.21: - Added support for punch-in recording, - Added support for dark mode on macOS Mojave, - Added a function to find the peak in the file / current selection, - It is now possible to re-apply the last used effect with Command-F, - It is now possible to paste multiple times by repeating Command-V, - It is now possible to delete a marker with backspace, - TwistedWave can now optionally ask for a name when a new marker is added, - The batch processor can now resolve aliases.
Version 1.20.2: - When playing a loop, the loop is updated immediately while the selection is adjusted, - When running a batch process with the "Normalize" effect, temporary files could accumulate on the scratch disk until TwistedWave was restarted.
Version 1.20.1: New in 1.20.1: - TwistedWave can now read .opus and .webm files Fixes and improvements in 1.20: - TwistedWave can now read Ogg/Opus audio files, - Some AIFF files would fail to load, - Some Wavpack files would not open in TwistedWave, - The markers from some WAV files would fail to load, - TwistedWave would record silence if it does not have the authorization to use the microphone on macOS Mojave, - Customizing the toolbar could crash on macOS Mojave.
Version 1.20: Fixes and improvements: - TwistedWave can now read Ogg/Opus audio files, - Some AIFF files would fail to load, - Some Wavpack files would not open in TwistedWave, - The markers from some WAV files would fail to load, - TwistedWave would record silence if it does not have the authorization to use the microphone on macOS Mojave, - Customizing the toolbar could crash on macOS Mojave.
Version 1.19: Fixes and improvements: - Double clicking an effect stack to install it could sometimes fail, - The effects would not appear in the alphabetical order on High Sierra, - The markers from some WAV files would not be read by TwistedWave, - Added the ability to normalize channels independently, - Some SD2 files could fail to load.
Version 1.18: Fixes and improvements: - The format selection box would be invisible in High Sierra, - Some AudioUnits could crash TwistedWave when batch processing, - Some AudioUnit effects could cause a glitch at the end of the processed audio, - Recording a file while simultaneously editing another one works better, - Save battery life by not requiring the high performance GPU.
Version 1.17.4: Fixes and improvements: - Playing a file could change the current sample rate of the audio interface, - Saving files to an external drive could fail in some cases, - Fixed a crash when a batch process contains artwork metadata.
Version 1.17: Fixes and improvements: - It is now possible to change the scratch disk location, - The "File > Revert to Saved" option was broken, - TwistedWave could crash when saving files on macOS Sierra, - TwistedWave could crash when reading some WAV or MP4 files.