Magic Audio Editor Pro
As the title of this application implies, Magic Audio Editor Pro lets you easily edit audio tracks.
If you're using Windows 7, then make sure to run this software with administrative privileges. Otherwise, an error will prevent you from accessing it.
The interface of Magic Audio Editor Pro is familiar and easy to navigate through. Audio tracks can be imported via the file browser only, because the "drag and drop" method is not supported.
So, you can use a selection tool to mark the start and end time or choose a preset, enable looping mode and record audio.
But you can also mix from file, delete the silence, trim or crop the audio track, convert the sample frequency rate and add the current selection to a CUE list.
In addition, you can edit tags, toggle between waveform and spectral mode, zoom in and out, as well as apply various effects (e.g. invert, reverse, silence, amplify, normalize, fade, flanger, reverb, chorus).
Furthermore, you can reduce cassette noise and voice breath noise, use an expander, generate noise and silence, view a graphical representation of the frequency analysis, change the audio format after configuring settings (e.g. quality, sample rate, bit rate, channels), and more. Settings can be restored to their default values at any time.
The audio editing tool takes up a moderate amount of system resources, includes a comprehensive step-by-step guide (too bad it doesn't have snapshots) and has a very good response time. We haven't come across any issues during our tests.
On the other hand, saving mode is disabled in the unregistered version, so we cannot tell if Magic Audio Editor Pro can actually convert the format of audio tracks or not. We recommend this tool with reservations.