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How to Add Audio Effects to Audio Files?


Want to create a "soundtrack" for your slideshow with a professional audio editor? Our Freemore Audio Editor is right on your target! It helps add some cool audio effects like echo, amplify, expander, vibrato, etc. to audio files to create your special soundtrack.

Step 1. Input an Audio File

Launch Freemore Audio Editor. Click "Open" (1) to choose an audio file (2) that you want to edit to input to the software and hit "Open" (3). The audio waveform will be displayed.

Input an Audio File

Step 2. Select a Part of the File

Click "Select" (2) to select the part of the file in many ways. You can also click and hold down on the wave window and drag the mouse (2)  to select the part you want. At the right bottom of the editor, you may specify the start & end time or duration of the selection (3).

Select a Part of the File

Step 3. Add Audio Effects

Click the "Effect" tab (1) and then click the buttons of Echo, Fade, Vibrato, Normalize, etc.  (2) to apply audio effects.  The settings window will be activated. It enables you to specify detailed parameters or apply some popular presets to adjust the effect (3). You can also preview the result in real-time (4). Click "OK" (5) to add the effect. You can use unlimited Undo & Redo to restore mistakes made during the editing.

Add Audio Effects

Step 4. Save the Changes

Click "File" (1) & "Save" (2) 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


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