Wavosaur Audio Editor is a simple-to-use application that lets you edit audio tracks. Contrary to what its name might imply, the tool doesn’t support the WAV format only, but also MP3, AIF, OGG and others.
This is a portable software, so installing Wavosaur Audio Editor is not necessary. It means that you can place the tool on a removable drive, plug it into any computer and directly run its executable file.
The interface of Wavosaur Audio Editor is very plain and simple to navigate through. Audio tracks can be imported via the file browser or “drag and drop” method. Batch processing is allowed.
So, you can make selections and trim them, zoom in and out, swap channels, as well as process an audio file in several ways (e.g. reverse, invert, insert channel, resample, bit depth converter, pitch shift, fade in and out).
Wavosaur Audio Editor Features:
- Multiple Document Interface for working with many files in one session
- All classic editing functions: cut, copy, paste, paste mix, paste replace/insert, paste to the new file, trim/crop, delete, undo.
- Many processing options: mute, channel convert (stereo->mono, mono->stereo), insert silence, change volume, normalize level, fade in/out, invert/flip, undo.
- Accurate waveform representation, fast zoom in/out, clean easy to use interface Right mouse to scroll/display the context menu. Skinnable editor look.
- Resample, bit-depth convert (8,16,24,32 bits), pitch shift, vocal removal, DC offset removing, auto-trim, silence remover, interpolate, auto detect region, crossfade loop, exporting multiple wav files from regions.
- It can import, save and edit loop points & markers information in wav files. Snap to zero-crossing.
- Batch processing: apply process/effect/VST effects to an entire folder.
- Export files as the text for use in software such as Matlab, Excel, or PSpice.
- ASIO support.
- Audio routing, multichannel support, audio output sample rates up to 192 kHz, 24 bits.
- Record from your soundcard input (line in, mic input). Real-time resampling.
- Loads wav, mp3, aif, aiff, ogg vorbis, raw binary, au/and, ADPCM Dialogic vox, Akai S1000 sample, Amiga 8svx & 16svx, wavpack.
- Support for multichannel wav, 8 bits, 16 bits, 24 bits, 32 bits PCM, 32 bits float, 64 bits float @ any sample rate.
- Import any binary files, export multiple files from markers. Export MP3 (support for lame encoder).
- Save loop points and markers information for using in software samplers.
- Wavosaur Audio Editor provides a solid VST effect plugin support.
- You can chain VST effects in a virtual rack, save and recall your chains.
- You can tweak the effect and listen to the processed audio in real time.
- Wavosaur can load & save presets for VST effects.
- Wavosaur can display several VST GUI at one time.
- Detailed statistics – RMS power, min & max value per channel.
- Frequency analysis – 2D spectrum & 3D spectrum, sonogram.
- Real-time oscilloscope for monitoring audio input and output.
- Synthesis features – waveform generator, frequency impulse train (useful for calibration and measurement) and frequency sweep.
- Volume enveloppe automation : multi point enveloppe editing.
- Wavosaur Audio Editor commands can be triggered by an external MIDI controller: play, stop, record, rewind, fast forward, toggle windows, go to markers, go to start, control output volume.
In addition, you can apply various effects (e.g. moving average, RC filter, truncate, gapper), kill or reset the volume, enable looping mode, display a horizontal marker, snap selection to zero crossing, import binary and text files, view file properties, disable toolbars, as well as use the undo, cut, copy, paste and delete functions, and more.
The audio editing tool takes up a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, can guide you to an online help file with tutorials and didn’t freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests. Putting aside the outdated interface, they strongly recommend Wavosaur Audio Editor to all user levels.