Audio Editing Capabilities
Dexster Audio Editor can process and convert audio files in bulk, as well as edit their respective tag information. Any editing function comes with a preview option and is completely adjustable. Some of its filters include FFT, band pass, high shelf, low shelf, notch, and a peak EQ filter. Among its presets are fade in/out, envelope, normalize, phase, cross fading, flange, compressor/expander, and reverb. It is also capable of reducing vocals, silences, as well as trimming audio.
Its amazing recording function allows you to record any audio from the internet, from a microphone, and you can even extract it from videos or rip it from audio CDs. It also supports majority of audio formats and various video formats, some of which are MP3, AVI, AIFF (Apple), WAV, WMA (Windows Media Audio) and OGG. The updates provided also come with new formats every time. Once you have extracted audio, trimmed it, edited it, added effects to it, and finalized it, you can convert it to your choice of format (as long as it is supported) and you have the option of burning it to a CD, since Dexster Audio Editor also comes with CD burning software.