Magic Music Editor
As its name implies, Magic Music Editor allows you to make adjustments to your audio tracks. It supports plenty of file types, including WAV, MP3, OGG, CDA and RAW.
The interface of the application is user-friendly. Upon program initialization, you can create a new file, open an existing one, record audio from a sound card, use a text-to-speech tool, as well as extract tracks from an audio CD.
So, you can preview tracks in a built-in audio player, copy, crop and trim selections, convert the sample type, as well as create a mark list from selections.
Furthermore, you can insert files, toggle between waveform and spectral mode, zoom in and out, reduce voice breath and cassette noise, generate silence and noise.
The software application comes with a wide range of effects which focus on invert, reverse, silence, channel conversion, amplitude (e.g. normalize, fade), delay effects (e.g. phaser, flanger, reverb), filterd (e.g. notch filter, low pass), along with time and pitch. Additional features of Magic Music Editor let you merge files, erase discs, normalize volumes in batch mode, view WMA information, use a text-to-speech tool, and burn audio to discs, among others.
The audio processing tool requires a moderate-to-high amount of system resources, has a good response time, and contains a user's guide. We have not come across any issues during our testing; Magic Music Editor did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. First-time users may take a while to get familiarized with Magic Music Editor's features. No recent updates have been made.