Audio Editor: TwistedWave 1.4

TwistedWave - The audio editor for Mac has been updated to version 1.4. Changes:

New Features:

  • Support for metadata.
  • Added a signal generator.
  • A configurable special pasting that automatically fades in/out.
  • Added an icon for the files saved by TwistedWave.
  • Added the ability to export the selection.
  • Added the ability to create a new document with the current selection.
  • Added the ability to choose whether to open an untitled document at application launch, the last visited, or nothing.
  • When applying an audio unit effect, there is an option to tell TwistedWave whether to truncate, insert, or merge the tail with the rest of the sound.
  • Added the ability to have an audio unit applied globally to all documents.

Fixes and Improvements:

  • TwistedWave could crash reading some WMA files.
  • TwistedWave could crash when using the Apple Matrix Reverb audio unit.
  • TwistedWave could fail saving a file in some cases.
  • Fixed a memory leak leading to some crashes when reading some large files.
  • TwistedWave could not read wav files larger than 2GB.
  • In some cases, when recording, only one channel would be recorded, or the channels could be swapped.
  • TwistedWave could crash when selecting a region extending beyond the visible area.
  • AIFF files produced by TwistedWave could not be read by MaxMSP.
  • When editing keyboard shortcuts, all the menu items are now enabled.
  • The audio units GUI would not display properly in some cases.
  • The 'Remove Channel' command now removes the channel the cursor is in.

Price: $49.90

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"Recording. Easily record from any input device. Whether you are making a podcast, or recording a song, TwistedWave gets the job done!  Mastering. Use Audio Units to apply effects to your songs. Perform some equalization, or add some reverb to make it sound good. You will surely find an Audio Unit to suit your needs." Via