Monday, August 22, 2011

WavePad: New Look, New Tools, New Features

Change doesn't have to be scary; in this case it’s really exciting: WavePad has a new look. Now, instead of tiny icons and long and packed menus, WavePad uses a ribbon toolbar to organize functionality by category. It really is easier to use than ever before.

WavePad continually receives praise for its user-friendliness. The interface isn’t intimidating to the beginner, yet doesn’t bury the advanced features more experienced audiophiles use on a regular basis. Its feature set includes recording, editing, and effects such as amplify, normalize, reverb, echo, and reverse and is extended by DirectX effects and VST plugin support, and an included royalty-free sound effect library. The new ribbon toolbar organizes all these aspects of the program, improving an already easy-to-use workspace.

Here is the Effects toolbar. Look how the features pop out at you:

WavePad Audio Editor 5.0 New Look, Tools and Features

There’s more to this latest version of WavePad, including the following features and tools:
  • Wah-wah effect, for emulating wah-wah guitar pedals
  • Vibrato effect, for modulating the depth and frequency of an audio sample’s pitch
  • Tremolo effect, for modulating the depth and frequency of an audio sample’s amplitude
  • Doppler effect, for simulating the sound of a passing vehicle from a higher to a lower pitch
  • Pitch speed profile tool, for changing the speed or pitch of select portions of an audio sample
WavePad version 5.0 is a major release, and we want you to experience it yourself. Download your copy of WavePad now.

3 comments:

  1. Excellent information. Wavepad is much more interesting with its new look, new tools & features.It is really user friendly. Wavepad is entertaining its users very nicely. Thanks for giving us article.

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  2. Great article ...Thanks for your great information, the contents are quiet interesting. I will be waiting for your next post.

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  3. Hi, have just downloaded WavePad v6.05 sound editor and want to use it to do my audio transcribing. I downloaded a trial to see how it works and must say the sound is very good. Before buying WavePad, is there any way that I can use a foot pedal? Without a foot pedal it will be useless for me. I have two different fitted Infinity foot pedals and two Olympus [R28 and R24] foot pedals as well. If anybody can help, PLEASE DO SO.

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