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  • 1.  Identify the various software for audio editing.
  • 2. In This Chapter, you’ll learn on:  Identify audio processing software  Utilising audio editing software to edit audio  Compress audio file using appropriate software
  • 3.  A digital audio editor is a computer application for audio editing, i.e. manipulating digital audio.  Digital audio editors are the main software component of a digital audio workstation.
  • 4.  For use with Music  Editors designed for use with music typically allow the user to do the following:  Record audio from one or more inputs and store recordings in the computer's memory as digital audio  Edit the start time, stop time, and duration of any sound on the audio timeline  Fade into or out of a clip (e.g. an S-fade out during applause after a performance), or between clips (e.g. crossfading between takes)
  • 5.  For use with Music  Mix multiple sound sources/tracks, combine them at various volume levels and pan from channel to channel to one or more output tracks  Apply simple or advanced effects or filters, including compression, expansion, flanging, reverb, audio noise reduction and equalization to change the audio  Playback sound (often after being mixed) that can be sent to one or more outputs, such as speakers, additional processors, or a recording medium  Conversion between different audio file formats, or between different sound quality levels  Typically these tasks can be performed in a manner that is both non-linear and non-destructive.
  • 6.  Compressing Audio Files  An audio file, such as a WAV (Windows Audio Video) format, can store up to 10 MB per minute, and this equates to a sizable digital file. It is not uncommon to give in to the natural tendency to keep right on recording until the bytes run out. Well, you can have your sound-filled byte pie and hear it too. Enjoy the sounds that fill the some of the space of the hard disk by getting rid of the extra audio weight and the guilt that goes with it. Learn how to compress audio files that fatten up the computer and still have room for additional data.
  • 7.  How to Convert & Compress WMA Files Into MP3 Files By converting WMA files into MP3 files you can further compress the audio files' data. In most cases, MP3 files have a bit rate of 128 kbps, which makes their audio quality comparable to that of other formats. By choosing a lower bit rate than 128 kbps when converting a WMA file into a MP3 file, you can further compress the WMA file. This process can be done using any free audio converter such as Switch or dBpoweramp. 

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