How to Edit Audio Files?
- 1. Input an Audio File
- 2. Select a Region
- 3. Edit the Selected Region
- 4. Save the Changes
Perhaps you want to edit a podcast or conference call or a song you've just recorded. Well then I highly recommend using Sound Editor Deluxe. It is the visual multifunctional digital audio editing software for Windows. With a given audio data, it can perform many different editing operations such as Cut, Copy, Paste, Trim, Delete, etc. Download Sound Editor Deluxe to edit audio files.
Launch Sound Editor Deluxe. Click "Open"
to activate a browser window, in which you can select
an audio file from your computer
Then, click "Open"
to input the audio file to program.
Select the region you want to edit. There are 3 ways to select
a region: click anywhere of the waveform as a starting point
and use hotkey like Shift+Home, Shift+End or Ctrl+A
to select from start/end or all
click the left button and drag along with the
waveform to the place wanted to be selected
Input the start/end and length of time to choose
specified region at the bottom of the editor.
Now click "Edit" tab
to edit the selection by clicking the buttons like cut,
copy, paste, crop and more
You can use unlimited Undo & Redo to restore
some wrong operations made during the editing.
After all the editing is finished, go back to the "Home"
and you can save the file by clicking the "Save"
Save File: to save the changes to the edited file.
Save File As: The file that has been edited can be saved with a different file name and/or location.
Save Selection As: to save just the highlighted selection to a file.
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