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Audio Editor Effects

  Audio Editor Effects

Zoom In/Out

Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Click the Zoom In button to display the selected area. Click the Zoom Out button to return the previous view. Select the 1 to 1 button to view the entire file.

Amplify Increase / Decrease

Increases or Decreases the volume of the audio file or selected area of the audio file.
Use the Amplify Inc/Dec sliders to set the level of this effect, default = 20%. Press the Increase or Decrease menu button.
Use Edit / Select All / before applying amplify to very small clips.

Null Signal

Sets the volume of a selected area to zero. Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic (hold the left button down), or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Press the null signal menu button.

Convert Format
Details of the current file format can be seen in the bottom left corner of Audio Edit. To change the format:-
From the menu bar select File / Convert from Menu A window will open allowing you to select new attributes. Once you have selected the attributes, you can give your setting a name for quick selection next time by pressing the Save As button from the Select Attributes window. Select from 8,000 Hz, 8 Bit, Mono to 48,000 Hz, 16 Bit, Stereo.
To set the attributes to be the same as another wav file.
From the menu bar select File / Convert from File / Select a wav file and press ok.

Insert Silence

Adds a length of silence to the file at the selected point. Place the position bar at the required insert point by clicking on the graphic, or press the Play button and stop at the point where you want to insert the silence.
Press the Insert Silence menu button.
A window will open allowing you to enter the length of the silence in milliseconds.

Fade In / Out

Gradually increases or decreases the volume over a selected area. Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Press the Fade In or Fade Out menu button.
Use the Amp Start and Amp End sliders to select the start and end percentage volume levels.
An Amp Start percentage of zero and Amp End percentage of 100% will fade the selected area in from silence to full volume over the selected area.

Reverse

Reverses the selected area of the audio file. Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area.
Press the Reverse menu button.
Has the effect of the sound playing backwards.

Normalize

Not all CD's, tapes and vinyl's are recorded at the same volume level. Use normalize to adjust the overall level of the audio file. Normalize will search for peak and average levels and use this data to normalize the audio file.
To normalize a selected area:-
Set the normalize level using the Normalize percentage slider (default is 98%). Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Press the Normalise menu button.
Use Edit / Select All / before applying normalize to very small clips.

Echo

Echo is thinner than Reverb, and gives a more "spacious out of doors" sound. Short echoes can sound like a tunnel, and long echoes can sound like the Grand Canyon.

Slider Settings
Delay - the time between the original signal and the first echo, in milliseconds.
Ratio - balance between the original signal and the echoes.

When applying echo to small audio files, such as speech phrases, the effect can be further altered by placing the graphical position bar up to 1/10th of a second from the start of the file. Use Edit / Select All / before applying echo to very small clips.

To add echo to a selected area:-
Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Press the Echo button.

Stretch

Increases or decreases the speed and pitch of the of the audio file.
Stretch slider Use the stretch slider to adjust the stretch rate. Values above 100 will decrease speed and pitch. Values below 100 will increase speed and pitch.
To Stretch a selected area:-
Select an area of the audio file by dragging the mouse over the graphic, or use Punch In/Out to listen and select an area. Press the Stretch menu button.

Enter Start / End Positions
If you need more accurate positioning, use this utility to enter and adjust positions manually. To select the area, place a tick in the `Select' check box and press Apply.

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