WavePad Masters Edition

Developer: NCH Software

Current Version: 6.64

Last Updated: 9 months ago

Download Size: 6.3 MB - Download


WavePad Masters Edition

WavePad is a full featured professional audio editor program perfect for any audio project in the sound studio or at home. WavePad offers the ability to easily record and edit music with speed and agility, using insert, silence, auto-trim and more. Take your audio projects to the next level by adding effects, like: amplify, normalize, equalizer, envelope, reverb, echo, and reverse.

WavePad supports a number of formats including vox, gsm, and more! Whether you are a professional or an at-home enthusiast, WavePad has all of the tools you need to edit audio files. Typical applications include ringtones, voice-overs, trim sound bits, and many more!


Release Notes:

Improved audio, audio tagging, and effect capabilities
Added volume control to default playback device
Upgraded bookmark functionality
Minor bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 5.59
Review by dm_chill

Fix Problems!!!! - Wow i was really happy to see this but seeing that it can only open MP3 files really mad me mad. All i have is m4a and i have over 2,000 songs and i can’t just convert all 2,000 into MP3 files that quick. Nice knowing i just wasted 80$!!! FIX PROBLEM!!!!!!!

Found helpful by 29 out of 30 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 6.64
Review by Rearmstrong69

Need to update this app more often. - Seriously this app is good to use but your not updating it and there is some issues going on. I can’t save or select a different folder to save. Im required to save as a untitled then must go into finder rename it and move it which is a serious pain!!. you can’t updated yearly or how ever your doing it.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 6.64
Review by Tom9823

Very Impressed - So you can have some way to judge this review, I am a software engineer and hate software that doesn’t do what you expect and the way you expect it. This app was perfect for what I needed. I had to splice together several pieces of hi fi music from multiple sources including FLAC, AIFF plus some MP4s (best available clips). Without much of a learning curve I was quckly copying in clips from multiple sources, bookmarking them, labelling them, comparing them, normalizing the volume levels (hadn’t thought about that, but noticed it on the menu) and exporting the product to the format I wanted (AIFF). I was pretty impressed.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people