Kwave 0.8.11

A simple digital sound signal editor
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Kwave is an open source sound editor designed for the KDE desktop environment.

Kwave has support for lots of sound formats. It can playback and record sound via OSS and ALSA sound servers.

Main features:

  • KDE3 conform GUI
  • 24 Bit Support
  • Undo/Redo
  • Simple Drag & Drop
  • Realtime Pre-Listen for some effects
  • Support for multi-track files
  • Complete zoom and scroll-capability
  • Recording via OSS
  • Load and edit-capability for large files
  • Reading and auto-repair of damaged wav-files
  • Supports multiple windows
  • Extendable Plugin interface
  • Plugins:
  • Amplify free
  • Fadein and out
  • Lowpass Filter
  • Notch Filter
  • Pitch Shift
  • Playback
  • Recording
  • Silence
  • Noise
  • Sonagram
  • Select Range
  • Volume
  • Import/Export of all file types supported by libaudiofile
  • Import of MP3 through libmad and id3lib
  • Import/Export of Ogg/Vorbis
  • Import/Export of FLAC

last updated on:
November 25th, 2013, 7:29 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Thomas Eschenbacher
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
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What's New in This Release:
  • Added spanish translation, provided by Carlos R.
  • Bugfix: file names were not properly escaped in context of file/open,
  • file/openrecent and drag&drop
  • Bugfix: saveblocks() did not abort properly when pressing cancel
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