1. FlexiMusic Wave Editor helps to open and save the audio formats namely "wav","au","snd" and "raw". With the help of an external command line encoder it can read and write "Mp3" files. You can save part of the wave to a new file2. It Records and plays wave sounds. You can play a song forward and backward with variable speed by using the tempo/speed% panel. You can play a selected part of a file (left or right channel separately etc) The Quick Play function allows you to jump to any place to start playing with a simple click3.Can edit large audio files ranging from 2000mb size for a16 bit file4. Regardless of file size fast editing, Cut, Copy, Delete, Delete Silence, Paste, Paste Mix and Undo can be done in a fraction of second5.A good book marking system is for your assistance with which you can bookmark a selected portion or view and reuse the same bookmark as needed and can name the bookmarks with remarks, save and recall the bookmarks6.Transform operations like Reverse, Invert, move-up/down, move-forward/backward, inter-change channels, channel mix etc7.Re-formatting can be done i.e.; can change the sound format between stereo and mono,8 bit and 16 bit Re-sampling can be done using different sampling rates. Can change the size of the file by entering a new duration8.Volume processing commands are in use to Maximize/Minimize the volume, Quick fade-in/fade-out9.Possess Special Effect features like Equalizer, Band Pass/Stop Filter, Noise Reduction, Echo, Reverb, Modulate, Stretch/Shrink and Change Speed10.Can generate sine waves with one or two frequencies (changing from one to the other), or multi-frequency noise, silence etc11.With the mouse, can draw the wave form of the desired song/music. This is used for repairing noises, removing clicking sounds and creating special sounds12 Batch Processing. 13.Possess Unlimited Undo operations. 14. It supports file formats WAV, MP3 (along with external encoder), WMA (can export only), AU, RAW and SND
Pentium or higher, 32MB RAM or more and Multimedia/Speaker,Vista.