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How to Add Audio Effects to Audio Files?

How to Add Audio Effects to Audio Files?

Ever since the early days of music studios, audio effects have been pivotal to the audio creating process. Free Easy Audio Editor is capable of helping you change the way an audio clip sounds by adding audio effects to all of it or to a selected part of the clip. For example, you can end your recording with a "Fade out" effect or amplify the soft voice of speaking. Other audio effects like echo, vibrate, fade in, reverb, etc. are also provided.

How to Use Free Easy Audio Editor to Add Audio Effects to Audio Files?

Step 1Input an Audio File

Launch Free Easy Audio Editor. Click "File - Open" to choose an audio file () that you want to edit to input to the software. The audio waveform will be displayed.

Input an Audio File

Step 2Select a Part of the File

Click selection tools () to activate the "Set Selection" window in which you can select the part of the file in many ways, such as "Custom", "Current Selection", "All Sample Data", and so on. You can also click and hold down on the wave window and drag the mouse to select the part you want.

Select a Part of the File

Step 3Add Audio Effects

The provided audio effects includes echo, vibrato, fade in, fade out, chorus, amplify and so on. To add them, you just need to select the appropriate one from the dropdown menu of "Transform" (). The settings window of corresponding effect will be activated. Specify detailed parameters or apply some popular presets to adjust the effect (). Click "OK" () to add the effect.

Add Audio Effects

Step 4Save the Changes

Click "File" () to save the changes.

Save: to save the changes to the edited file.

Save As: the file that has been edited can be saved with a different file name and/or location.

Save Selection As: to save just the highlighted selection to a file.

Save the Changes