Digital Music Pad
Using the Audio Editor
Audio Edit - Graphical Audio Editor
Audio Edit allows you to load and edit most audio file formats. Edits
can be saved to one of six formats (WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, M4A, MP4). Using the graphical interface you can select and
zoom in on small areas for accurate editing, apply effects. Drag the mouse over the graphic to select an area to work
on. Click on Zoom to show the selected area. If you don't like the result of
your editing, there are three levels of undo and redo.
Sliders and menu effects buttons.
Use the sliders to set the effects parameters, then press the appropriate
menu button to create the effect.
The amplify increase slider is set to 25%. Press the amplify menu button to
increase the volume by 25%.
Adding effects to a selected area
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.
Adding effects to the whole file
Make sure the position bar is set to the start of the graphic before
applying the effect. The easiest way to do this is to press the Rewind button.
Saving a selected area
Simply swipe an area of the graphical file or use Punch In/Out to select an
area aurally, then from the File menu, select Save Selected.
Formats that can be loaded for editing:-
MP3 and MP2 sounds - MP3 MP2
AAC and MP4 sounds - AAC MP4
WAV sounds - WAV
OGG Vorbis sounds - OGG
AIFF sounds - AIFF
Windows Media sounds - WMA WMV ASX ASF
AC3 sounds - AC3
ALAC sounds M4A
FLAC sounds - FLAC
WavPack sounds - WV
MOD music - IT XM S3M MOD MTM MO3