An audio editor for all
Fission makes even the most complex edits simple.
Need to edit a voice-over, clean up a recording of a meeting or fine-tune your podcast before sharing it with the world? Fission makes fixing audio files point-and-click simple.
That’s thanks to its simple, visual interface. In this single-track editor (it supports mono or stereo files), there’s a button for every important action: fading in or out, deleting a section or normalising the volume of your file so it plays back nice and loud. Fission also lets you split files in creative ways – like using segment markers to add chapters to your podcast – and string together multiple clips.
The app supports all major audio formats – including MP3, AAC, ALAC, FLAC, AIFF, WAV and iOS ringtones – and can convert between them. It even batch-converts folders of files from one format to another. (Use it to quickly turn WAV files into smaller ALAC files to save storage without compromising audio quality.)
Sticklers for audio quality will appreciate that, unlike other audio editors, Fission doesn’t reprocess lossy files when applying a change. As a result, the fidelity of your MP3 or AAC file is never affected.
Fission’s bag of tricks is easy to master – even if you’re not an audio expert.