mp3TrueEdit for Mac2.1.5
Both the MP3 and AAC file formats are quite common when dealing with audio files, which makes the mp3TrueEdit app quite useful to have around: you can easily record and edit files, without loosing any quality by recompressing the audio.
Well structured audio editor featuring basic editing tools
Since mp3TrueEdit comes with its own installer package, deploying the utility is fairly straightforward: simply follow the on screen instructions. Upon launch, you can see most of the supported editing function in the top area of the mp3TrueEdit main window.
You can either record a new audio, or import a sound file: mp3TrueEdit will automatically generate the waveform representations, and you can make selections via simple drag an drop actions. Most of the mp3TrueEdit functionalities are self explanatory, but you can also read the included documentation to learn more about how things work.
Quickly extract audio selections and add various effects
mp3TrueEdit provides access to most basic audio processing tools: you can export only a specific section of the track, you can cut / copy / paste / delete / crop the current selection, and of course, you can playback the track.
In addition, mp3TrueEdit provides support for adding various sound effects: normalize, fade in / out, increase / decrease the volume, or remove / insert silence. By making use of these tools you can easily remove parts that do not interest you from an audio recording, you can make your own ringtones, and so on.
Unsophisticated but efficient audio editor that offers support for performing basic tasks
mp3TrueEdit proposes simple solutions for quickly editing MP3 and AAC audio files without having to deal with a complex workflow. The app comes with a straightforward user interface that provides access to most functions from it’s main window, and allows you to get the job done in no time.