June 3, 2009
MP3 Music Editor is an audio editor for Windows, with visual editing function and various practical features, allowing you to perform as many operations with audio data as you want.
When you open an audio file with MP3 Music Editor, it displays a waveform window, in which you could filter, apply various audio effects - with more than 20 sound effects and 6 filters provided, you could easily enhance the quality of the sound files.
This is a nice little program for those who want nothing more than to convert files and maybe clean them up a little. The UI, and menus are simple and uncomplicated, easy to use.
It does not hog system resources, or cause glitches under Windows XP sp3. I've converted a few wav files to MP3 and they sound pretty good.
This program will also record from the internet, those like radio shows and radio music.
This is supposed to rip CDs too, but I haven't tried that function yet.
This also has a clean up function if you have any old cassette tapes or LPs laying around that you want to archive.
All in all, it's pretty decent for a free program.
Linux and Mac users may want to try Audacity, I've had Audacity for a while. I guess I figured just about everyone knows about Audacity. It's a pretty decent program also. It's open source, and has a ton of features and several different plugins for different things.