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CD Wave Editor 1.94
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|Company : MiLo Software
File download size: 1223 kb
License : Shareware
OS: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003
Release date: 2005-05-11
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related: wave, split, edit, audio, cut, cdwav, cd, cue, record, tracks
CD Wave Editor 1.94 description
CD Wave is a program designed to aid in CD-Recordable mastering. Split WAV files from any source, like LP, tape or even digital extraction from CD. Let CD Wave automatically calculate split points, or manually set split points. Write out the tracks as individual wave files and use any CDR mastering program to write a disc that has no clicks in between tracks, or archive to MP3, OGG, APE or FLAC. Also CUE sheet editor. Scheduling is possible.
CD Wave Editor 1.94 review
CD Wave is a program designed to aid in CD-Recordable mastering. It was built for recording and splitting WAV files from any source, like LP, tape or even from CD using digital audio extraction. After recording, you can let CD Wave automatically calculate split points, or you can manually add and delete split points. After this, you can write out the tracks as individual wave files and use any CDR mastering program to write a disc that has no clicks or pops in between tracks. You can also directly write out MP3, FLAC, APE or OGG files to play on your portable device or for archiving and online sharing.
CD Wave can also act as a simple audio recorder and editor, allowing you to record and playback audio, and cut out parts that you want to keep. You can even let CD Wave replace your tape deck, and program it to start recording at any given time.
Since CD Wave can read and write CUE sheets, you can also use it as a CUE sheet editor for CDRWin
CD Wave supports all uncompressed audio formats up to 24-bit, at any sample rate and any number of channels (mono, stereo, quad, dolby 5.1). It can read from WAV, FLAC and APE files, CD audio and digital or analog inputs through a soundcard.