Wavepad is a feature-rich, free audio editor for Windows. You can report from audio inputs, like a microphone or a record player, or transfer and edit sound files.
Easy to use and flexible
The range of options in WavePad is amazing. You can add effects, fades, split songs, merge tracks, and much more. Performing many of these tasks is easy, and easy to undo-options if you make a mistake. It’s certainly user friendly, and the fact you can import more or less any sound file format makes it extremely accessible for anyone (there’s no need to mess around with file conversion).
Not quite an Audacity beater
As well as importing from your hard drive, you can also import directly from CD, and there’s a tool in order to burn whatever you want. There is a firmness generator, and even a text in order to speech generator, so you can express yourself having a robotic voice.
You will find tabs at the bottom of the edit home window for you to move easily between open files, a zoom tool so it’s easy to highlight exactly the part you would like when editing, and the highlighting itself is really intuitive, allowing you to apply effects with precision.
Overall. Wavepad is a great alternative to Audacity, the open source standard for sound file editing. However , of the two apps, Audacity still wins with regards to flexibility and you get all of its features for free (some of Wavepad’s options are only available in paid versions of the program).
A great free way to edit sound data files
For anyone that wants to mess around with sound files – WavePad is an excellent, lightweight program to use.
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