Review of Wavosaur
Wavosaur is the first full-featured digital audio workstation that supports WMA, AIFF, MP3, OP, RAW and also can output to both WAV and MP3 format. Wavosaur allows you to convert audio to other formats including iPod, iPhone and more. It incorporates many of the popular professional recording and mixing tools available on Mac OS X and are designed to make audio editing and producing audio as easy as possible.
Wavosaur has a user-friendly interface, with several powerful features that allow you to create professional looking music, video and films with just few mouse clicks. Wavosaur has powerful audio editing and recording tools, which are very easy to use. It comes with an extensive library of professionally crafted WAV files, that you can easily access and experiment with, to achieve the results you want in your audio editing projects. You can import files from your computer and import the Wav files from your hard drive.
In addition to that, Wavosaur is very easy to use and also includes a vast library of WAV files, which you can easily and quickly import into Wavosaur to begin editing. You can also easily remove unwanted files and move them around within the audio track, if you wish to rewind a particular part of the audio. In addition to that, you can also easily insert effects, compressions and even insert voice tracks within the tracks with the assistance of several handy hot keys, which Wavosaur provides inbuilt. Wavosaur's unique visual interface makes working with the application extremely intuitive and fun. Moreover, you can even import Wav files from other applications such as Sonar and Soundbooth to enhance your audio editing experience.