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Online Audio Editor

Online Audio Editor
TwistedWave is a browser-based audio editor. You only need a web browser to access it, and you can use it to record or edit any audio file. All the audio is stored and processed on the server, so you don't need to download anything, or save your work when you are done. Close your browser window and your work is saved. Open TwistedWave somewhere else, and all your audio files, with the complete undo history, are still available. With a free account, you can edit mono files up to 5 minutes in length. In order to keep your files, you should first sign in or create an account: You can also try TwistedWave Online without an account. Automatically import SoundCloud files with the TwistedWave Online bookmarklet. And when you are on the page of a publicly downloadable SoundCloud track, or one you own, click the "Edit Audio" bookmark, and the audio file will automatically open in TwistedWave Online.

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