WaveMax Sound Editor comes with all the bells and whistles you need to edit and enhance your audio files. Its waveform-based interface offers a neat and intuitive space for you to clip, cut, copy, paste, mix, and record audio files, together with a bookmark manager to help you find your way within your audio files. Its wide range of audio effects will allow you to customize your favorite music tracks in a snap.
The program supports all well-known audio file formats, though the list is much shorter when it comes to batch conversion. You can load an already-existing file, create a new one using the program’s built-in audio recorder, or rip tracks from one of your CDs. Instead of looking for the required editing tool or audio effect in the menus provided, you can use the collapsible lists conveniently located on the left-hand side of the main interface. Together with all the above-mentioned editing options, you will also find specific entries for noise reduction tasks (complete with presets for the most common scenarios), fade in and fade out routines, as well as echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, amplification, and normalization options.
WaveMax Sound Editor also offers you a frequency analyzer with various visualization types and a batch processor capable of converting and applying effects to up to 32,000 files in just one go. Its built-in speech synthesis will allow you to listen to (and record) any text using the program’s TTS capabilities, and its powerful recording engine lets you digitize any analog sound recording from your old vinyl, video, or cassette tape collection. Once on your hard disk, you can benefit from the program’s versatile noise reduction utilities to clean up your recordings either from vinyl pops and clicks or tape background noises.
This full-featured audio editing and mastering tool includes all the options and functions present in more expensive professional editors, allowing anyone with a minimum knowledge of audio editing to produce high-quality recordings and to digitize and enhance audio coming from analog sources.