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Wavosaur updated to v1.0.8.0


Wavosaur, the free audio editor for Windows, has been updated to version

Frequency editor:

  • New memory manager: different type of curves (channel, buffer size) are displayed.
  • New FFT computation, with selection of buffer size.
  • zoom in zoom out with button, mouse and keyboard.
  • navigation inside the wave file with keyboard and toolbar.
  • Find peak tool.
  • Open and save as feature to load and write computation files to hard drive.
  • Selection bug fixed.

New Sonogram:

  • Saturation level added.
  • Window is now stand alone.
  • Window is resizable.
  • Windowing, data size, et FFT buffer size are configurable in a new dialog.


  • New high performance filter added: with new dialog box for customizations of frequency, type and precision.
  • Band pass and notch recursive filter with new dialog box for property choice.


  • VST GUI dialog box size bug fixed.
  • VST properties displayed in the VST rack manager.
  • High precision FFT pitch shift added in process menu.
  • Color configuration added: all the colors of Wavosaur are modifiable.
  • Volume dialog box is now dockable in the right or the left corners of the mainframe.
  • Print preview and printing available.
  • SOR file bug fixed.
  • Master volume reset bug fixed.


Discussion: Active
8 January 2013 at 10:19am

excellent - wavosaur is a great program - but navigation and zoom was always difficult - now it's fixed beautifully -

but still no update on help files - keyboard shortcuts etc - everything's there but there's no information !!!

for instance - they've just introduced a "find peak" tool - grreeeatt - but wtf is it????

brilliant program guys - surely somebody can do some instruction manuals???

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