TwistedWave is the ideal tool for:
Recording. Open TwistedWave, check the record. It’s that easy to start recording a podcast, a song or a concert. While recording, place markers with a single key to remember the places you need to edit later. It is really a good tool for dubbing artists.
Mastering Equalization, compression, limitation, whatever … Of the hundreds of available Audio Unit or VST add-ons, you will surely find the most suitable one to get the best effect.
Conversion of files. TwistedWave can read and write files in many different formats. Converting a single file or a complete folder of audio files from one format to another is simple.
Batch processing of many files. It will load a list of sound files in TwistedWave, and cut them automatically, apply fades of input / output, equalization, conversion to mp3 or anything else.
TwistedWave is compatible with the audio unit and VST plugins. Use the audio units provided by Apple, or find the particular effect you want from the hundreds of audio units or VST add-ons available on the Internet.
TwistedWave uses DIRAC Time Stretch / Pitch Shift technology licensed from The DSP Dimension, one of the most advanced algorithms for the time-based manipulation of currently available audio material.
Use batch processing to apply the same sequence of effects to a list of files.
Detects silences automatically to divide a large file into a smaller one.
TwistedWave works very well as an audio converter. It is capable of reading and exporting sound files in many formats, including: wav, aiff, au, snd, sd2, mpg, mp2, mp3, mp4, m4r (iPhone ring tones), m4a (iTunes), m4b (audiobooks) ), aac, caf, flac, ogg / vorbis, wma, WavPack, Wave64. It is also possible to import the sound track of a movie in mov, avi, flv (Flash Video), wmv or mpeg format.