AUDIO .MP3 EDITOR INSTRUCTIONS:
Audio Mp3 Editor’s drop-down menus help you process your audio files. The most commonly used commands can be found in toolbars for your convenience. To see what a toolbar button does, hold your mouse pointer over it to display a tip that briefly tells you the function.
Audio .MP3 Editor File Menu
This menu works similarly to a standard Windows Explorer File menu. Use the commands on the File Menu to open, save, and close waveforms; import audio files; Edit audio tag information; access recently used waveforms; and more.
Click File –> Create a new, empty waveform.
Click File –>Open to load an existing waveform or CD track into a Audio Mp3 Editor’s editing window (supported MP3, Wav, Wma, Ogg, Raw, Avi, Cda).
This saves a modified waveform to your hard disk using the waveform’s existing name and format.
File –>Save As
This saves a waveform to your hard disk using a new name and format (supported format as MP3, Wav, Wma, Ogg, Raw). You can also change the current audio’s output sample rate and bit rate or channel information by clicking Settings->Output Formats and settings
File –>Save Selection As
It allows you to save a session of current waveform to a new name, location, or format. (supported format as MP3, Wav, Wma, Ogg, Raw). You can also change the current audio’s output sample rate and bit rate or channel information by clicking Settings->Output Formats and settings
Click File –>Close current editing audio waveform.
File –>Tag Information Click File –>Tag information to edit an existing audio’s tag name information, such as Title, Artists, Album, Genre, Year and comments.
Audio .MP3 Editor Edit Menu
This menu shows options that relate to processing audio files. Use the commands on the Edit Menu to select a range of waveform; copy, cut, paste waveforms; and more.
Edit –> Undo
This command reverses the last action.
In processing very large audio files, you might find that your disk space becomes inadequate to save the Undo information and the time required saving the Undo information considerably slows your work down. In either case, you may solve the problem by setting Undo/Redo level to 0 if you can manage with accept less safety.
If you set the undo/redo level as 0, in this case it will be possible to reverse or restore only the last action, just click Settings->Properties.
When your disk space is found inadequate to save the Undo information, you can change the Temp folder to a different drive, if available.
This item repeats the last command. All editing functions in Audio Mp3 Editor can be repeated using this command.
This command copies the selected (highlighted) portion of the waveform, to the active clipboard.
Use Cut to remove the selected (highlighted) part of the waveform, to the active clipboard.
Paste inserts data from the active clipboard at the insertion point, or it replaces the currently selected data.
If the format of the waveform data on the clipboard is different from the format of the file it is being pasted into, Audio Mp3 Editor automatically converts it before pasting.
Edit –>Paste from file
Paste inserts data from the audio file at the insertion point, or it replaces the currently selected data.
Mixes the selected part of an audio file with an object from the clipboard.
Edit –>Mix from file
Mixes the selected part of an audio file with another file.
Edit –>Insert silence
Insert silence in selected part of audio file
Edit –> Insert Noise
Insert noise at the current selection.
Audio .MP3 Editor View Menu
The View Menu displays options that relate to changing the display or viewable area. Some of the items, a checkmark is shown next to their menu entries to designate that they're active.
View –>Zoom In
Click this to zoom in the visible waveform window in the editing area.
View –>Zoom Out
Click this to zoom out from the center of the visible waveform window.
View –>Full View
This command automatically adjusts the display area to whole screen.
View –>Left Channel
This command selects Left Channel of an audio waveform to edit, play etc ( At least one channel selected)
View –>Right Channel
This command selects Right Channel of an audio waveform to edit, play etc ( At least one channel selected)
Audio .MP3 Editor Effect Menu
The Effects Menu displays all the options of cool effects you can apply to your audio.
Increase volume on selected part of audio file
Decreases volume on selected part of audio file
Creates a fading in (soft to loud) effect in the selected part of an audio file.
Creates a fading out (loud to soft) effect in the selected part of an audio file
Normalization allows you to achieve the greatest amount of amplification that will not result in clipping (distortion). All parts of the wave are amplified at equal levels.
For example, if the loudest peak of a waveform is at 80% and the quietest peak is at 20%, normalizing the file to 100% results in the waveform’s new loudest peak being 100%, and its new quietest peak being 40%.
Effect->Chorus Just as a chorus is a group of singers, the chorus effect can make a single instrument sound like there are actually several instruments being played. It adds some thickness to the sound, and is often described as ‘lush’ or ‘rich’.
Effect->Delay Delay can be used to create single echoes, as well as a number of other effects. Delays of 35 milliseconds or more will be perceived as discrete echoes, while those falling within the 15-34 millisecond range can be used to create a simple chorus or flanging effect.
By reducing the delay times further down into the 1-14 millisecond range, you can spatially locate a mono sound (a sound with the same information for both the left and right channels) so that it appears as though the sound is coming from the left or the right side, even though the actual volume levels for left and right of the wave are identical.
This effect flips the audio samples upside-down. This normally does not affect the sound of the audio at all. It is occasionally useful, for example when the left and right channels of a song both contain equal amounts of vocals, but unequal amounts of background instruments. By inverting one of the channels and not the other, the vocals will cancel each other out, leaving just the instrumentals. Obviously this only works if the exact same vocal signal is present in both of the channels to begin with.
Inverting doesn’t produce an audible effect, but it can be useful in lining up amplitude curves when creating loops or pasting. If applied on a stereo waveform, both channels are inverted.
Reverberates selected part of an audio file.
Effect->Reverse Select this command to have the current selection play backwards by reversing the order of its samples. Reverse is useful for creating special effects. This effect reverses the selected audio; after the effect the end of the audio will be heard first and the beginning last. Some people reverse small portions of audio to make inappropriate language unintelligible, while others believe you can hear subliminal messages if you listen to speech backwards. You can also create interesting sound effects by recording natural events and reversing the audio.
Applies Flanging effect to the selected part of an audio file.
Adds expander effect to the audio data array.
Reduces the dynamic range of a signal.
The name “Phaser” comes from “Phase Shifter”, because it works by combining phase-shifted signals with the original signal. The movement of the phase-shifted signals is controlled using a Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO).
Adds trim effect to the selected part of an audio file.
Inserts a silence on selected part of audiofile
Makes a Vibrato effect in the selected part of an audio file.
Changes the frequency of the selected part of an audio file.
Decreases or increases the rate of the selected part of an audio file.
Makes a Stretch effect in the selected part of an audio file, changing the pitch and duration.
Audio .MP3 Editor Filters
The Filter Menu displays all the options of cool filters you can apply to your audio.
Filter->Band Pass Filter
Applies Band Pass filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Filter->High Pass Filter
Applies high Pass filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Filter->Low Pass Filter
Applies low Pass filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Filter->High Shelf Filter
Applies high shelf filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Filter->Low Shelf Filter
Applies low shelf filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Applies the Fast Fourier transform filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Applies Finite Impulse Response filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Applies the Notch filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Applies Peak EQ filter to the selected part of an audio file.
Audio .MP3 Editor Command Menu
This menu shows options that relate to playback and record of audio files.
Pressing this plays the current range. Playing begins at the currently highlighted selected parts. Play within the selection or Play from current position to end if no selection
Pressing this button to start recording.
Click this to pause playing. To resume playing, click Play button.
Click this to stop playing or recording.
Audio .MP3 Editor Settings Menu
This menu shows options that relate to adjust output audio file’s parameters and software properties.
Settings->Output formats and settings
Adjusting the output audio file’s channel, sample rate, encode method and bit rate information when you use Save / Save As…/ Save Selection As … function. Audio Mp3 Editor supports MP3, Wave, WMA, OGG, VOX, RAW, G.726.
In this part you can set the different properties of Audio MP3 Editor, like temporary directory, Waveform display horizontal / vertical scale view, status bar view, etc.
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