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Free Audio Editor is a nice alternative to Audacity

Free Audio Editor, as the name already says, is a free audio editing utility for Windows. With this free tool you can records audio, cut them at precise length, join them, or mix multiple tracks with one another.

Free Audio Editor also provides a huge number of audio effects like amplify, normalize, echo, delay, filters etc. It can perform spectral analysis and synthesize speech from text. Free Audio Editor also includes its own CD ripper. The Advanced Audio CD burner features support the ability to burn audio CDs from MP3, WMA, WAV, and OGG files. It also supports batch processing.


A cool feature of Free Audio Editor is the ability to bookmark files and specify regions of files. You can select portion of audio from any audio file and bookmark it to use it later.

Those who have used audio editors like Audacity before will be familiar with many of the capabilities and features Free Audio Editor provides. In fact, Free Audio Editor with it’s attractive look and polished interface, is a nice alternative to Audacity. There are a few limitations like although you can import MP3s and other format for editing, you can save an audio only in WAV format – other formats are disabled in the free version.


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