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Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 Bit


Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit




Mp3 Audio Editor is a software application that allows you to edit, record, and enhance audio files in various formats, including MP3, WAV, OGG, and WMA. It has a user-friendly interface that lets you perform various operations with ease, such as cut, copy, paste, mix, delete, insert, trim, normalize, amplify, fade, and more. You can also apply various effects and filters to your audio files, such as echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, and more. You can also use Mp3 Audio Editor to convert audio files between different formats, rip audio CDs, burn audio CDs, and extract audio from video files.


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Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 is the latest version of the software, released on November 15, 2023. It has some new features and improvements, such as:


  • Support for 64-bit Windows operating systems.



  • Improved performance and stability.



  • Fixed some bugs and errors.



  • Added some new effects and filters.



  • Enhanced user interface and help system.



Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit is a special version of the software that does not require installation on your computer. You can run it from any portable device, such as a USB flash drive, an external hard drive, or a cloud folder. This way, you can use Mp3 Audio Editor on any computer without leaving any traces or modifying any settings. Mp3 Audio Editor Portable is compatible with Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10, and 11 (64 bit only).


If you are looking for a powerful and easy-to-use audio editor that can run on any computer without installation, you should try Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit. You can download it for free from the official website or from other trusted sources . You can also check out some tutorials and reviews of Mp3 Audio Editor on YouTube . Mp3 Audio Editor is a great tool for anyone who wants to create and edit audio files with professional quality.


``` Here is the continuation of the HTML article on the topic "Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit": ```html In this article, we will show you how to use Mp3 Audio Editor Portable to edit an audio file. We will use an example of a MP3 file that contains a song. You can follow the same steps for any other audio file format that Mp3 Audio Editor supports.


Step 1: Launch Mp3 Audio Editor Portable




To launch Mp3 Audio Editor Portable, you need to locate the executable file on your portable device. The file name is Mp3AudioEditorPortable.exe. Double-click on it to run the program. You will see the main window of Mp3 Audio Editor, as shown below:


The main window consists of several parts:


  • The menu bar, which contains various commands and options.



  • The toolbar, which provides quick access to some common functions.



  • The waveform display, which shows the graphical representation of the audio file.



  • The status bar, which displays some information about the audio file and the program.



Step 2: Open an audio file




To open an audio file, you can use one of the following methods:


  • Click on the Open button on the toolbar, or select File > Open from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can browse and select the audio file you want to edit.



  • Drag and drop the audio file from your portable device or your computer to the waveform display of Mp3 Audio Editor.



In this example, we will open a MP3 file named song.mp3, which contains a song by a famous singer. After opening the file, you will see its waveform displayed on the screen, as shown below:


You can zoom in or out the waveform by using the Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons on the toolbar, or by using the mouse wheel. You can also scroll the waveform horizontally by using the scroll bar at the bottom of the window.


Step 3: Edit the audio file




Now that you have opened the audio file, you can start editing it according to your needs. Mp3 Audio Editor provides various editing functions, such as:


  • Cut, copy, paste, mix, delete, insert, trim, etc.



  • Normalize, amplify, fade in, fade out, etc.



  • Echo, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, etc.



  • Noise reduction, silence detection, etc.



To use these functions, you need to select a part of the waveform that you want to edit. You can do this by clicking and dragging on the waveform with your mouse. You can also use the Select All button on the toolbar to select the whole waveform. The selected part will be highlighted in blue, as shown below:


After selecting a part of the waveform, you can apply any editing function by clicking on its corresponding button on the toolbar, or by selecting it from the menu bar. For example, if you want to cut the selected part and remove it from the audio file, you can click on the Cut button on the toolbar, or select Edit > Cut from the menu bar. The selected part will be cut and copied to the clipboard. You can then paste it to another position or another audio file by using the Paste button or command.


In this example, we will apply some effects and filters to make the song sound more interesting. We will use the following steps:


  • Select a part of the waveform that contains the chorus of the song.



  • Click on the Echo button on the toolbar, or select Effect > Echo from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can adjust some parameters of the echo effect, such as delay time, feedback level, wet mix level, and dry mix level. You can also preview the effect by clicking on the Play button in the dialog box.



  • Click on the OK button to apply the echo effect to the selected part of the waveform. You will see the waveform change accordingly, as shown below:



  • Select another part of the waveform that contains the verse of the song.



  • Click on the Flanger button on the toolbar, or select Effect > Flanger from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can adjust some parameters of the flanger effect, such as delay time, depth, rate, feedback level, and mix level. You can also preview the effect by clicking on the Play button in the dialog box.



  • Click on the OK button to apply the flanger effect to the selected part of the waveform. You will see the waveform change accordingly, as shown below:



  • Select the whole waveform by clicking on the Select All button on the toolbar, or by pressing Ctrl+A on your keyboard.



  • Click on the Normalize button on the toolbar, or select Edit > Normalize from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can adjust the normalization level. The default value is 100%, which means that the maximum amplitude of the waveform will be set to 0 dB. You can also preview the effect by clicking on the Play button in the dialog box.



  • Click on the OK button to apply the normalization effect to the whole waveform. This will make the audio file sound louder and more consistent.



After applying these effects and filters, you will have edited the audio file and made it sound more interesting. You can listen to the final result by clicking on the Play button on the toolbar, or by pressing F4 on your keyboard. Here is the continuation of the HTML article on the topic "Mp3 Audio Editor 7.8.5 Portable 64 bit": ```html Step 4: Save the audio file




After editing the audio file, you can save it to your portable device or your computer by using one of the following methods:


  • Click on the Save button on the toolbar, or select File > Save from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can choose the location and the name of the audio file. You can also choose the format and the quality of the audio file by clicking on the Options button in the dialog box.



  • Click on the Save As button on the toolbar, or select File > Save As from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can choose a different location, name, format, and quality for the audio file.



  • Select File > Export from the menu bar. A dialog box will appear, where you can choose to export the audio file as a ringtone, a podcast, or a video file. You can also choose the format and the quality of the exported file by clicking on the Options button in the dialog box.



In this example, we will save the edited audio file as a MP3 file with high quality. We will use the following steps:


  • Click on the Save As button on the toolbar, or select File > Save As from the menu bar.



  • A dialog box will appear, where you can choose a different location, name, format, and quality for the audio file. In this case, we will save it to our portable device under the name song_edited.mp3. We will also choose MP3 as the format and High as the quality.



  • Click on the Save button in the dialog box to save the audio file.



You will see a progress bar showing the saving process. After it is done, you will have save


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