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Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit: A Review



Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit: A Review




Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit is a software tool that allows you to edit, record, and convert audio files in MP3 and WAV formats. It is a portable version of Mp3 Audio Editor, which means you can run it from a USB flash drive or any other removable device without installing it on your computer.




Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit



With Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit, you can perform various operations on your audio files, such as:


  • Cut, copy, paste, delete, trim, and mix audio segments.



  • Apply effects such as fade in, fade out, amplify, normalize, echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, and more.



  • Adjust the volume, pitch, speed, and tempo of your audio files.



  • Split and join audio files by size, duration, or silence detection.



  • Convert audio files between MP3 and WAV formats.



  • Record audio from microphone, line-in, or other sources.



  • Edit ID3 tags and add lyrics to your MP3 files.



  • Preview and play your audio files with the built-in player.



Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit is easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. You can drag and drop your audio files to the program or use the file browser to add them. You can also view the waveform of your audio files and zoom in or out to select the desired segments. You can undo and redo your actions and save your settings as presets for future use.


Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit is compatible with Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10, and 11 (Windows XP: 2.2.2). It requires a minimum of 512 MB of RAM and 50 MB of free disk space. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.


If you are looking for a simple and portable tool to edit your MP3 and WAV files, you might want to give Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit a try. You can download it from [^1^] or [^2^].


In this article, we will show you how to use Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit to edit a sample audio file. We will demonstrate how to cut, copy, paste, delete, trim, and mix audio segments, as well as how to apply effects and convert audio formats.


Step 1: Download and run Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit




First, you need to download Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit from or . The file size is about 22 MB and it is a ZIP archive. You need to extract the contents of the ZIP file to a folder on your USB flash drive or any other removable device. Then, you can run the executable file named Mp3AudioEditor.exe to launch the program.


Step 2: Add an audio file to the program




Next, you need to add an audio file to the program. You can do this by dragging and dropping your audio file to the program window or by clicking on the File menu and selecting Open. You can also use the file browser to locate and add your audio file. The program supports MP3 and WAV formats.


Once you add your audio file, you will see its waveform displayed in the main window. You can zoom in or out to view the waveform more clearly by using the mouse wheel or the Zoom buttons on the toolbar. You can also move the waveform left or right by using the scroll bar at the bottom of the window.


Step 3: Edit your audio file




Now, you can edit your audio file according to your needs. You can select any part of your audio file by clicking and dragging on the waveform or by using the Mark In and Mark Out buttons on the toolbar. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+A to select all, Ctrl+I to mark in, Ctrl+O to mark out, and Ctrl+U to unselect.


After selecting a part of your audio file, you can perform various operations on it by using the Edit menu or the buttons on the toolbar. For example, you can cut, copy, paste, delete, trim, and mix audio segments. You can also apply effects such as fade in, fade out, amplify, normalize, echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, and more. You can adjust the parameters of each effect by using the sliders or entering values in the boxes.


You can undo and redo your actions by using the Edit menu or the buttons on the toolbar. You can also save your settings as presets for future use by clicking on the Save Preset button on the toolbar.


Step 4: Convert your audio file




If you want to convert your audio file to a different format, you can do this by using the File menu or the buttons on the toolbar. For example, you can convert your MP3 file to a WAV file or vice versa. You can also change the sample rate, bit rate, channels, and quality of your audio file by using the Options menu or clicking on the Settings button on the toolbar.


Step 5: Save and play your audio file




Finally, you can save and play your audio file by using the File menu or the buttons on the toolbar. You can save your audio file as a new file or overwrite the original file. You can also preview and play your audio file with the built-in player by clicking on the Play button on the toolbar.


Congratulations! You have successfully edited your audio file with Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit. e0e6b7cb5c


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