How to Add Audio Effects
Have you been longing for creating your own music masterpiece? Audio Editor Deluxe lets you add some audio effects to your audio file. For example, you can end your recording with a "Fade out" effect or amplify the voice of someone speaking too softly. You can also have fun with the effects, such as speed up voices. All of these functions can be used easily. Download and install Audio Editor Deluxe to make your customized audio.
1. Input an Audio File
Launch Audio Editor Deluxe. Click "Open" to activate a browser window, in which you can select an audio file from your computer. Then, click "Open" to input the audio file to program.
2. Select a Part
Select the part you want to add audio effects. If you do not make a selection on the waveform, the effects will be applied to the whole audio file. There are 4 ways to select a part: click anywhere of the waveform as a starting point and use hotkey like Shift+Home, Shift+End or Ctrl+A to select from start/end or all; click the left button and drag along with the waveform to the place wanted to be selected; specify the beginner & end of the session by moving the sliders below the waveform window; Input the start, end and length of time to choose a specific part at the bottom of the editor.
3. Add Audio Effects
Click the "Effect" tab and you can apply echo, vibrato, amplify, chorus, fade... to your music. The settings window of corresponding effect will be activated. Specify detailed parameters or apply some popular presets to adjust the effect. Click "Preview" to listen to the music before adding the effects to the waveform to make sure you get exactly what you want.
4. Save the Changes
After all the editing is finished, you can save the file by clicking
Save File - to save the changes to the original file.
Save File As - The file that has been edited can be saved with a different file name and/or location.
Save Selection As - to save just the highlighted selection to a file.