Take control of your MP3 and WAV files with
this powerful utility which enables you to convert, mix, edit
and generally have fun.
Audio editors can be a little intimidating, especially if
you don't know your band pass from your high shelf. Dexster
makes it easy, with a huge mix of features that anyone can
If you've got a WAV file that you want to convert to MP3
just open in one format and save it out in the other. You
can also reduce the sample frequency of a file, cutting its
size. Dexster works just as well as a recorder. saving whatever
you're listening to as a WAV or MP3 file.
Maybe you're just not happy with the quality of some MP3
files? There's a range of audio effects that you can make
all the difference. You can fade sound in and out, reduce,
increase or equalise the volume, insert silence, trim unwanted
noise and more.
You can apply effects like this to the whole audio file,
but it's better to be little more selective. In Dexster, click
and drag the mouse cursor to select a portion of your file,
then View|Zoom In to see (and hear) it it more detail. Click
Play to confirm you've got the right section, the use Zoom
Out or Zoom Full if you need to try again.
For even quicker working, try left-clicking on the first
part of your selection, then right-clicking on the second.
As well as highlighting an area of the file, Dexster will
open a context menu with options like copy, paste, mix, and
trim. You'll be perfoming complex operations with the minimum
of mouse clicks.
Other options process your original sound file, either with
drastic effects (Vibrato, Stretch, Flanger, and Phasing),
or more subtle filters (High and Low Shelf, Band Pass, High
and Low Pass)