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Free interactive wave editor?

Post: # 1335885Post NickS »

Some while ago when I started copying stuff from vinyl, I used a wave editor that allowed me to zoom right in to the waveform and drag the sample values around to remove pops and clicks. I haven't done that for 5 or 6 years but I thought it was Nero WaveEditor.

I downloaded the latest version of Nero WaveEditor, or as it turned out, the downloader that also installed Nero TuneUp, some 390 MB Sound Recorder and a load of other stuff I didn't need and after I dumped all that garbage I ran up Nero WaveEditor to find it doesn't seem to do what I want any more. You used to be able to click on the waveform and all the sample points would appear as spots to drag about. Maybe that's now only available in the Pro version, but I'm not buying that.

So, does anyone know of something that will allow me to do that these days in Windows 10?
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Post: # 1335895Post BearBoy »

I think Audacity can do that sort of thing.
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Post: # 1335910Post NickS »

I'll take a look, ta.
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