Free audio software

Here are more free software for you to try, one of these applications should suit you, unless you are hoping to use more than 16 tracks simultaneously, in which case you might need to spend some cash for a pro application.


1 Wavosaur
This compact free audio editor and recorder doesn’t need to be installed and can run on Windows 98, XP, and Vista. It has a good set of tools for editing digital audio files, has several useful effects, and can handle MP3, WAV,OGG, aif, aiff, wavpack, au/snd, raw binary, Amiga 8svx & 16svx, ADPCM Dialogic vox, and Akai S1000 audio formats. If you’ve already got a set of VST plugins, then you’ll be interested to know that Wavosaur is also VST compatible.

2 Wavepad Sound Editor
Wavepad Sound Editor is a feature-rich program that supports a good selection of file formats; this includes mp3, wma, wav, flac, ogg, real audio, and more. The program has all the familiar tools in order to edit audio files (cut,copy, and paste) and can use VST plugins to extend its capabilities. You can use it for noise reduction, click/pop removal, and adding effects like echo and reverb. Finally, Wavepad Sound Editor also comes with a CD burner to make it easy to backup your files once they have been processed.

3 DJ Audio Editor
If you’re looking for a basic MP3 file editor then you may want to consider DJ Audio Editor. The program’s interface is clean, well laid out, and ideal for the home user who just needs the basics. Even though it only supports the MP3 format and doesn’t come with an array of functions, it’s quick and efficient to use. If you want to make an MP3 ringtone for example, then it provides the basic cut, copy, and paste tools to quickly get the job done.

4 Power Sound Editor Free
This is a great looking audio editor that has a lot of functionality too. It can work with a large selection of different file formats and has a good set of effects. There are some unique noise reduction tools such as, voice breath reduction that is very useful if you want to clean up voice recordings. The only downside to this program is that the free version only allows you to save your processed files as Wavs; upgrading to the deluxe version will unlock a lot more features.

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