Developer: TwistedWave Software Ltd.
Current Version: 1.17.4
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 30.2 MB - Download
TwistedWave is a very easy to use audio editor.
Create your own iPhone ringtones!
TwistedWave supports Audio Unit and VST plug-ins. Use the Audio Units provided by Apple, or find the particular effect you wanted from the hundreds of Audio Unit or VST plugins available on the internet.
TwistedWave uses the DIRAC Time Stretch/Pitch Shift technology licensed from The DSP Dimension, one of the most advanced algorithms for time-based manipulation of audio material available today.
Use the batch processing to apply the same sequence of effects to a list of files.
Automatically detect silences to split a large file into smaller ones.
TwistedWave works great as an audio converter. It is able to read and export sound files in many formats, including: wav, aiff, au, snd, sd2, mpg, mp2, mp3, mp4, m4r (iPhone ringtones), m4a (iTunes), m4b (audiobooks), aac, caf, flac, ogg/vorbis, wma, WavPack, Wave64. It is also possible to import the sound track from a movie in mov, avi, flv (Flash Video), wmv or mpeg format.
- Playing a file could change the current sample rate of the audio interface
- Saving files to an external drive could fail in some cases
- Fixed a crash when a batch process contains artwork metadata
Most Helpful Reviews
Excellent and simple audio app - This app is terrific! Its simple approach to saving and modifying audio files is what sets it apart from Pro Tools and Audacity, both programs that I am familiar with. I use TwistedWave to normalize and edit audio files for many projects. Almost forgot, the customer service is incredible too, got a response very quickly from the developer who clarified an issue I was having. Thanks!
Doesn't do simple tasks - I purchased this program in desperation. My windows music editing software kept crashing my PC so I thought I would try to use my Mac for music editing instead. I've had Mac's for 6 years but there's never been any software that compared to windows verions. Unfortuneately, this is still true. This program is unable to do the simplest tasks of moving the clips around in the field. A simple click, hold and slide of the mouse should move the item but no. You have to completely cut and paste until you get the correct placement. Far too time consuming. Then I needed to manually fade parts of the clips to blend together but this is not possible either. I was told in a prompt email reply to my questions that the program doesn't do those two tasks. I'm not sure why anyone would use this program and what would they do with it if you can't move clips and fade them? I basically wasted my money. Don't waste yours.