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AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable __EXCLUSIVE__


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AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable __EXCLUSIVE__


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How to Edit Audio Files with AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable


AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable is a powerful and easy-to-use audio editor for Windows. It allows you to edit audio files in various formats, such as MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, AIFF, M4A, AAC, AC3, APE, MPC, FLAC, WV, OPUS, TTA, ALAC, SPEEX, DSD. You can perform basic operations such as cut, copy, paste, delete, mix, mute, trim and split, as well as apply various effects such as amplify, invert, reverse, fade in, fade out, normalize, insert silence and more.


One of the main advantages of AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable is that it supports files larger than 4GB and performs most operations instantly without causing any delay. It also has a multi-window interface that allows you to edit multiple audio files simultaneously and exchange data via an internal clipboard. Moreover, it supports multicore processors and advanced SIMD instruction sets for maximum performance.


In this article, we will show you how to edit audio files with AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable in a few simple steps.


Step 1: Download and run AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable


You can download AbyssMedia WaveCut Audio Editor 5.6.0.0 Portable from the official website: https://www.abyssmedia.com/wavecut/. The file size is about 9 MB and it does not require installation. Just unzip the downloaded file and run the executable file.


Step 2: Open an audio file


To open an audio file, click on the "File" menu and select "Open". You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+O or drag and drop the file into the program window. You can open multiple audio files at once and switch between them using the tabs at the top of the window.


Step 3: Edit the audio file


To edit the audio file, you can use the toolbar buttons or the menu commands to perform various operations. You can also use the mouse to select a part of the waveform and right-click to access a context menu with more options.


Some of the common editing operations are:


Cut: Removes the selected part of the audio and copies it to the clipboard.


Copy: Copies the selected part of the audio to the clipboard.


Paste: Inserts the clipboard content at the current position.


Delete: Deletes the selected part of the audio.


Mix: Mixes the clipboard content with the selected part of the audio.


Mute: Mutes the selected part of the audio.


Trim: Removes everything except the selected part of the audio.


Split: Splits the audio file into two parts at the current position.


Some of the common effects are:


Amplify: Increases or decreases the volume of the selected part of the audio.


Invert: Inverts the phase of the selected part of the audio.


Reverse: Reverses the order of the selected part of the audio.


Fade In: Gradually increases the volume of the selected part of the audio from zero to maximum.


Fade Out: Gradually decreases the volume of the selected part of


the audio from maximum to zero.


Normalize: Adjusts the volume of the selected part of


the audio to a specified level.


Insert Silence: Inserts a specified amount of silence at


the current position.


Sampling Rate Converter: Changes


the sampling rate of


the selected part


of


the audio.


Step 4: Save or export


the edited audio file


To save


the edited audio file,


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