Basic editing options include cutting, trimming, mixing, splitting, joining, and deleting parts, all performed with maximum precision.
If your audio files contain annoying sounds like hissing or crackling, you can easily remove them thanks to AVS Audio Editor. You can also enhance your music or recordings by using a wide range of filters (flanger, delay, chorus, reverb, and others).
AVS Audio Editor helps you obtain sounds from different sources. First, you can record audio from microphone and all kinds of traditional records using a sound card. Next, you can edit the material and save it in any desired format. Audio data can also be exported from video (AVS Audio Editor supports the most common video formats as well) and from CDs.
A common reason for using audio editors is creating ringtones for smartphones. For instance, you can create a unique ringtone for your iPhone from within AVS Audio Editor by saving the output in the M4R format.
Some additional options you may find useful are editing tag information, the text-to-speech tool, frequency analysis, and refreshing DX effects.
All these options can be accessed using a professional-looking yet simple interface, which supports the drag and drop method.
AVS Audio Editor is recommended to average and power users due to the wide range of editing options it includes. The app delivers excellent performance, but is also quite demanding on system resources.
AVS Audio Editor provides support for the most common audio formats, such as MP3, WAV, FLAC, WMA, MP2, AAC, OGG, AMR and others. Output can be saved in a different format compared to the original file.