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Advanced Editing Skills

Audio Recorder & Editor provides advanced editing tools that are more advanced than many other audio software. We introduce you to features like: the analyzer function, spectral selecting and editing, zooming, crossfade, and equalization.

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Learn to use the Analyzer Function

Analyzers perform analysis on a selection of audio - they do not change the audio and do not create new audio...


Spectral Selection and Editing

Spectral Selection is used to make selections that include a frequency range as well as a time range on tracks in Spectrogram view...


Zooming and Vertical Zooming

If you want to carefully inspect a small portion of your audio, or have an overview of your project, you will want to use one of these Zoom methods. Occasionally you may want to zoom vertically, so that you see only a portion...


Creating a Crossfade

The purpose of a crossfade is to produce a smooth transition between two sections of audio. The two sections overlap and as one section fades out the other fades in...


Equalization using the filter curve EQ

Filter Curve EQ is an equalization tool, it is an FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) filter. Equalization, is a way of manipulating sounds by Frequency. It allows you to increase the volume of some frequencies and reduce others...

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