Wavosaur is an audio editor for Windows that has been released back in March 2006. The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Wavosaur have been updated to 220.127.116.11 and it is good to know that the latest update that they have received was back in December 2013.
In other words, almost three years have passed since the last update. It seems that this new update comes with a new feature named “Real-time Spectrum Analysis”. You can access this new feature by heading to the application’s Tools->Spectrum Analysis, Display->Autorefresh and you will be able to watch your waveforms update as the music plays. The application also comes with a new “Keyboard Shortcuts” editor that allows you to edit any of the application’s 46 hotkeys and replace them as you wish.
The new version of the application also comes with a “time bar” that will be located above the waveform of your audio files, showing the location of the cursor position and the selected area of a file. In other words, even if you are zoomed in, you will still be able to see the time bar which will show you exactly where you are currently working.
According to the official release statement, the new update also comes with optimizations and bug fixes that will make the application run smoother than before. It is good to know that the Wavosaur still remains a very awesome audio editor and it supports MP3, WAV, OGG and more. You can copy/paste/delete/copy and use all other tools such as special effects and more.
However, we think that the developers will need to improve the user interface of the application as it currently looks like pretty old. Wavosaur can be installed on computers that run on Windows XP and later.
Have you tried Wavosaur? Tell us your thoughts about this audio editor!
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