It is based on the ActiveX engine, but unlike other similar sound editors it has been developed from zero to be faster and easier to use.
Main formats supported by Wave Editor are MP3, WMA, and WAV, including PCM, DSP, GSM61, A-LAW, and U-LAW.
Both mono and stereo channels are supported and the sample rate can vary from 8000 to 96000 Hz.
Wave Editor is dedicated to all Windows operating systems, starting with XP, and supports a maximum audio file size of 2 gigabytes.
In terms of the operations supported by Wave Editor, you can apply the following options to your audio files: cut, copy, paste, delete, insert silence, normalize, amplify with peak limiter, fade in and fade out, save selected fragment, reverse, invert, unlimited undo and redo, play, pause, stop, zoom in and zoom out, and export to WAV and MP3 formats.
Program features you may also find useful are the update checker, the integration with other audio tools, and the multilingual user interface.
Another major advantage of this application is represented by its simple and accessible interface, allowing audio file import using the file browser or the “drag and drop” method. File properties are constantly displayed, so you are aware at any time of file parameters such as format, duration, samples, data size, sample frequency rate, and so on.
In exchange for a low to moderate amount of your computer resources you can enjoy some of the most important audio editing options packed within a simple and user-friendly interface.
With Wave Editor, there’s plenty of room for experimentation, as you can make simulated changes to audio tracks without overwriting the original file.