The Disposable Audio Editor Workspace
The Disposable Audio Editor workspace can contain several audio editing home windows, Compact disc projects or Cleaning Wizard projects.
The figure above shows the disposable Audio Editor workspace by having an audio editing window. The weather indicated using the red-colored arrows are described below:
1. The primary plugin with short-cut symbols for generally used instructions.
2. A sound editing window that contains the audio file "After I Fall Madly In Love.audioInch. The audio is imagined having a curve akin to the recorded audio (see Time Domain).
3. The fast command bar. You are able to perform various procedures with audio data.
4. A particular region indicated with yellow curve on the whitened background (colors rely on the body configurations). The present cursor position is shown by a blinking line.
5. The location list window.
6. The bar showing the chosen region, the seen region and also the cursor position. Throughout processing, the progress is displayed within the status bar.
7. The navigation plugin for recording, playback and cursor positioning.
8. Time Domain.
Time Domain: The standard wave plot proven when creating a recording in Free Audio Editor is really a time domain representation from the signal. When recording, Free Audio Editor has had examples of the signal at certain times, quantized them, and saved them as number of scanned values. The wave plot is caused by drawing these samples on screen using the time changing across the horizontal axis.