Free Audio Editor
Distinctions among Audio Editing Software
Audio, which comes from the Latin root
"audile" meaning "to hear",
can have a big impact on teaching and learning, when added to a
multimedia learning center. There are several different types of
audio editing software and systems. MIDI sequencing software helps
users compose music and customize compositions with special effects.
Which sequencing and notation software is best is dependent on the
complexity of the musical creation.
Sometimes, audio editing software is designed to make various
types of changes to media, text, etc. Audio editing software is
editing software that focuses on the refinement and/or creation
of digital sound files, and an audio editing program may be referred
to as an audio editor. Audio editing software can be categorized
as several types as below:
Cost - Adding to cost, audio editing software
can be categorized as freeware or paid software. Free audio editing
software costs you nothing, but sometimes they work without high
speed and give you a bad result. Some audio editing software that
is available for purchase has a free demo or trial version. Trial
versions may be limited by the number of days they work or by the
length of the recording that can be created/saved or by the number
of sessions in which it can be used. Alternatively, the "Save"
function may be disabled by some paid software.
Supported File Formats - Another way audio editing
software can be differentiated is by the file types it supports.
Some audio editing software programs support only one particular
file format, for example MP3. Others are equipped to work with a
very large range of file formats, including AIFF, AVI, MP2, MP3,
OGG, VOX, WAV, WMA, etc. Some audio editing software even can extract
audio from a video file for the user to work with.
Help and Support - Another difference of audio
editing software is the existence and quality of help and support
offerings. You can differentiate audio editing software from one
to another by whether they provide help and support or not, like
FAQs, glossaries, a product manual, tutorials and so on. They may
or may not also have technical support or forums to address user
issues. And the software may or may not have regular updates.
Operating Systems - Audio editing software can
be operated in a large number of systems, including Windows 2000,
Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8,Vista, Mac OS X, and Linux. It
may have only editing functions, or be capable of other tasks, like
recording, converting, and burning.
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