QuickAudio: Free Audio Editing Software and Sound Recorder

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QuickAudio is a free audio editing software which you can use in order to cut, crop, and edit audio. And next to that you can also apply various different effects like for example fade in and out, reverb and correct music with filters, noise removal and adjusting the pitch. Next to editing existing audio tracks you can also record your own tracks by using the built-in recorder and your microphone.

QuickAudio free audio editing software default window

Interface of QuickAudio can be seen in the image above. It’s pretty simple and without a lot of menus through which you need to go in order to reach editing tools, effects and everything else that’s offered by QuickAudio. All the common audio formats are supported, and songs that you open up are gonna be displayed with the help of waveform analyzer.

Key Features of this Free Audio Editing Software:

  • Free and simple to use audio editor with waveform analyzer.
  • Built-in sound recorder so you can record tracks with you microphone.
  • Supported audio formats are WAVE, MP3, OGG, AIFF, CDR.
  • Edit songs and audio, you can cut, paste, insert, copy, slice etc.
  • Apply effects, filters, fade in and fade out, change pitch etc.
  • VST plugins are supported, up to 24 VST plugins can be added.

Very useful feature of QuickAudio would definitely be the Remove Noise tool which can be used in order to remove noise from audio tracks. This free audio editor is very simple to use, it’s perfect for all those who are not very experienced with audio editing software.

How to Edit Audio and Add Effects with QuickAudio?

First decide how you want to import the track that you want to manipulate. You can either import existing audio or record new one by clicking on the red button. Make sure that you have your microphone plugged in. To open the existing audio, click on File >> Open.

QuickAudio song loaded

Either way the track is gonna fill up the waveform analyzer and that’s when you can start editing. To preview the audio track that you’ve opened or recorded you can use the controls in the top left corner of the screen. Right click on the waveform of the audio track that you’ve opened and you should see the list of available edits, effects, and corrections.

QuickAudio editing audio

Depending on what you want to do, you should also make sure that you’ve selected the part of the song that you want to edit by holding down left click and then moving your mouse. After you’re done editing the track you can save it by clicking on File >> Save.

Conclusion:

QuickAudio is a very easy to use audio editor which is perfect for both creating audio with the help of the built-in sound recorder and also for editing the recorded or existing audio tracks. All in all, this free audio editor can be used by both professionals and novice users, but it’s best for beginners looking for an easy way to edit audio tracks. You may also try Free Audio EditorAudio Recorder, and mp3split reviewed by us.

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Works With: Windows
Free/Paid: Free