Browser based audio Editor

February 1, 2017
Acoustica s Multitrack Editor

The in-browser, multi-track audio editor for Desktop and mobile. Make podcasts, mixes, plus.

Works in Chrome (>= 36) and Firefox (>= 35). = Warning = This software is experimental and may also crash, particularly if the project is finished 45min or users over 300MB of memory. For all tasks, this might suffice, but avoid using this tool for high-stakes jobs. The unfortunate the truth is that browsers (particularly Chrome) cannot offer significant memory to store sound information. = Features = - replace the rates of sound sections. Unfortuitously, pitch is altered in the act. - Edit multiple tracks. Mute and solo. Change amount and pan. - Move, duplicate, split, and delete chapters of sound. - Create customized fade intricacies alongside volume envelopes. - Undo and redo. - regulate master volume. - Apply effects like filters and dynamic compression to songs and/or master. - Drag to re-order or move effects across songs and/or master. - Zoom. - Record through your microphone. - Render collective audio associated with project to a track. - Import audio files of varied formats. - breeze sections of sound to a grid according to time or 4/4 time trademark. - Edit while playing for near-instant comments. - Works on Desktop and mobile Chrome + Firefox. - shop jobs in Drive or as local project data. - Export to 16-bit WAV or 128-bit MP3. - Manage memory. Clear un-needed sound data to cut back the probability of crashing and failed exporting. - available while offline in Chrome (without Drive integration) following the first utilization of the editor. Complete Documentation: by javascript therefore the web audio API. No plugins like Flash used. = future functions = - Vary pitch. - Export to OGG.

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