Process

Wave Editor has some functions which process a waveform. They can be executed from the Process menu. 

 

When it has a selection range, they process to the range. 

When it does not have a selection range, they process to a waveform. 

Fade In

The Fade In process is used to linearly fade a selection area from a volume of -Inf to 0 dB. Choose Process > Fade > In. The fade is applied, and volume increases over the length of the entire audio.

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Fade In audio data

Fade Out

The Fade Out process is used to linearly fade a selection area from a volume of 0 dB to -Inf. Choose Process > Fade > Out. The fade is applied, and volume decreases over the length of the entire audio.

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Fade Out audio data

Reverse

The Reverse process reverses horizontal the selection area. Choose Process > Reverse. The reversed audio data displays in the waveform view.

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Reverse audio data

Flip

The Flip process reverses vertical the selection area. Choose Process > Flip. The selection area is flipped.

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Flip audio data

Mute

The Mute process forces the selection area to a volume of -Inf dB. Choose Process > Mute. The selection area is muted.

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Mute audio data

Volume

The Volume process alters the volume per channels of an audio selection. Choose Process > Volume, the Volume dialog is opened. Volime offers no options for clipping audio data.

 

When audio data is clipped, it can not be restored by performing a next Volume operation. This process is waveform destroyed. The Volume dialog contains per channel control: Gain. The Gain fader determines the new volume of a selection area, Negative decibel values decrease the selection's volume, while positive decibel  values increase the selection's volume.

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Audio following volume increase and decrease

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