AVS Audio Editor is one of the most functional, yet easily accessible, and highly functional audio editors I have ever come across. Not only does it have all the functions an average user might need, but it also provides said user with so large a library of effects, so handy a set of tools that I begin to wonder: have the developers been plagiarizing other companies' work? Because the program itself looks like a version of Sound Forge with a different interface. Not that this is a bad thing.
The main function of AVS Audio Editor is to edit and save audio files in MP3, FLAC, WAV, M4A, WMA, AAC, MP2, AMR, OGG, and various other formats. It can also cut the audio track, join several of them into one, trim, mix, delete parts, split, and remove undesirable effects such as noise. The editor has a built-in library of effects to be used on the track such as delay, flanger, chorus, reverb, and other tools for turning a simple recording into something professional-sounding.
AVS Audio Editor can also serve as a recording tool. Audio data can be recorded from various input devices like microphone, vinyl records, and other input lines on a sound card. The recorded audio files can then be saved, edited, and processed, and saved in the desired format.
Another function available is extracting audio from video files with subsequent availability of all major functions to work on the extracted file.
The interface of AVS Audio Editor is available in several languages: English, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, and Polish.
- Many supported formats
- Useful functions for working with audio
- Multilingual support
- Not all editing formats are available as recording formats