Wav Mp3 EditorOverview
Record your band and convert the .wav to .mp3 to distribute on the web.
Digitize your old tapes and records, save them to your hard drive, and then burn them to CD using your CDR software.
Record your voice and add special effects (like echo and fade).
Delete the annoying applause at the end of a song that was recorded live.
Apply audio equalization to a music file in order to make it sound better.
Record your voice and Overlay it on top of background music.
Record cassette talking books and burn to CD-R to backup and preserve.
Record a music lesson and learn from the playback.
Amplify a song that's been recorded too quietly.
Change the format of a wave file (i.e., 22 KHz to 11 KHz sampling rate).
Fade out the end of a song.
Timed recording features. Record for a set amount of time or record from time X to time Y.
Wave MP3 Editor's Features Capable of recording from any source your computer supports (Microphone, line-in, etc.)
Graphic waveform window allows you to see a visual display of your audio and zoom in or out at will
Import and export MP3 files
Cut-and-paste editing of your audio in the waveform window
Save the wave form display as a graphical BMP image
Edits and records both stereo and single-channel audio
A number of special effects such as Amplify, Compressor, Delay, Envelope, Equalizer, Expander, Fade, Flanger, Invert, Normalize, Phaser, Reverb, Reverse, Silence, Stretch, Trim, and Vibrato
Amplification and automatic volume normalization
Ability to mix sounds -- you can overlay your voice on top of music, for example
A reverse feature that will play audio backwards
Effects can be applied to both channels of stereo audio, or each channel separately
Record Internet Radio talk shows or music.