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AVS Audio Editor is feature-rich audio production software. A powerful support of all key audio formats makes AVS Audio Editor a complete tool for an advanced audio management. Create unique music mixing projects and play-list-like sequences on the Timeline for maximum precision and accuracy, experiment with lots of effects (fade-in, fade-out), apply filters and enhance your audio recordings, convert to/from about any format: MP3, WAV, PCM, WMA, OGG, OGM and others, record audio data from any input and send it directly to the Editor or use in your mixing projects, use integrated visual data analysis tools (waveform, spectral view, frequency analysis), smooth your audio and remove unwanted hiss or other noise with Noise Reduction filters and even more. AVS Audio Editor will be interesting for professionals and amateurs, it is very easy to use, it enables you to perform a lot of operations without any difficulties. AVS Audio Editor is a part of AVS4YOU package. Register once and work with all tools from the AVS4YOU.com. Subscribe for $39/year or $59/lifetime. AVS4YOU tools let you easily rip, convert and edit audio/video files, burn DVDs, create ringtones, upload videos to portable devices, players, phones and much more!

  

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DB Audio Mixer & Editor is a visual audio files editor for sounds and music recording, playing, editing, mixing, applying various audio effects and filters, format conversion and more. If you're using audio for anything – PowerPoint presentations, websites, Flash animations, recording your own audio book, background music or sound effect for your drama class, then this tool is for you! With this tool, you can easily create your own music, using your computer's microphone or other input device, and record your own voice, guitars, drums... anything. You can then mix, edit, add special sound and filter effects to your music! You can even rip tracks from CDs and convert from one audio format to another, all via a simple and user friendly graphical interface! With DB Audio Mixer & Editor you won't need three or more separate programs for editing, mixing, editing, converting, and recording as you probably do now. Erything is totally integrated in one friendly graphical interface. So what DB Audio Mixer & Editor do for you? Supports over 12 audio formats including the popular MP3s, WMAs, WAVs, Oggs, AIFF and many more. You can easily import/export from one format to another. Open and work with as many simultaneous sound files as you want. Perform unlimited Undo/Redo operations for each files. View a graphical waveform image or a spectral view of an audio file. Zoom in/out, allowing you to see the small details and work on a specific section of the audio file. Easily edit, cut, paste, and mix your audio files visually. Play an audio file or record from a microphone or from other input device. You then have full control over the sound, allowing you to cut, copy, and paste audio; crop out unwanted segments or mix your sounds with an exisiting sound to produce your own unique sounds. Apply sixteen different sound effects/filters such as amplify, fading, volume normalization, stretch, frequency equalization and more.

AVS Audio Editor: http://www.avs4you.com/downloads2/avsaudioeditor.exe

DB Audio Mixer & Editor: http://www.audio-mixer-editor.net/download/dbaudiomixernet.exe

 

Find best Spectral Estimation Method for a Power Spectral Density plot. A menu of 10+ spectral estimators from Steve Kay's textbook 'Modern Spectral Estimation' 1988 is available to choose from. The results differ dramatically from one estimator to another. Plus, varying input parameters and/or number of points may provide discrepancies. See how zero padding effects your results. Manufacturing companies take note! Some estimators can detect signals 50 to 100 dB from main signal. See documented example! The unwritten rule of '30 dB is okay' (i.e. hidden) is no longer true. 

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Find best Spectral Estimation Method for a Power Spectral Density plot. A menu of 10+ spectral estimators from Steve Kay's textbook 'Modern Spectral Estimation' 1988 is available to choose from. The results differ dramatically from one estimator to another. Plus, varying input parameters and/or number of points may provide discrepancies. Observe how zero padding effects your results. Manufacturing companies take note! Some estimators can detect signals 50 to 100 dB from main signal. See documented example! The unwritten rule of '30 dB is okay' (i.e. hidden) is no longer true. 

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