WavePad is an on-premise audio editor for Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS devices. The solution allows music composers to create impressive music and audio files in various formats such as MP3, AMR, FLAC, MIDI, WAV, GSM, AAC, M4A, OGG, and more.
WavePad offers batch processing that enables musicians to convert or add effects into multiple music or audio files on a unified platform. It includes various features like sound effects library, scrubbing, file compression, auto-trimming, multiple sample rates, equalizer, speech synthesis, and many more.
Users can remove click props and other unwanted noises from audios with the help of a built-in restoration feature
- Audio Manipulation
- Audio Mixing
- Audio Recording
- Instrument Management
- Media Library
- Plug-in Integration
- Score Editor
- Video Editing
- Deployment: Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows, iPhone / iPad, Android
Company Name: NCH Software
Headquarter: United States
It has so many options of audio filters like pop removal, high pass filter low pass filter and effects that I can edit the voice as I like. The second thing that I like about this software is its easy looking look which makes it easy to see all the tools while working.
WavePad enables me to convert audio files from one format to another. Although its basically meant for WAV and MP3 formats, it has a lot of other formats you can use. The other feature I love about WavPad is that I am able to split big audio files into small segments. So if I have an Album that is in one file, I can just split with WavePad and have individual songs
It’s incredibly easy to use and comes with special effects built-in , no need to purchase plug-ins. I especially love all the different sound file export options.
It is easy to use and accepts a variety of formats, including video. I can do simple things but in the future I think I can do more as I understand and learn all its functions,
I use this app to review evidence from paranormal investigations. It works great and I can enhance, speed up, slow down the speed/volume. It’s fairly self explanatory and I like that I can see the sound waves.