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August 22, 2006

Audacity - Free Audio Editor

Audacity is an open-source tool for editing audio files. You can use it import MP3, OGG, WAV and MIDI files, mix them, add simple effects, remove silent portions or background noise. Audacity is also great for recording audio files, like a podcast. It's easy to use: you can cut and paste selections.

Audacity works on Windows, Linux and Mac. If you still use Sound Recorder or if you think you need to use a commercial audio editor, try Audacity.

You can find interesting things about the software from its site and from Audacity Wiki.

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Real Player, clean version
FreeRam XP Pro, memory optimizer
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    Edit MP3, WMA, OGG & WAV sound file from sound card by all sound editor xp


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