The Mac’s most popular audio edit software . You can trim, cut, split, merge and set volume, take advantage of the very latest Apple technologies. You can edit your audio on timeline by audio waveform.

The app audio edit function contain audio trim, audio split, audio merge, fadein / fadeout, setting audio volume, setting ID3 info and so on . The app is the most complete audio edit software .

The app is easy to be used, you can save and open your project . You can do your all working on timeline, it’s so convenient.

#### Support Audio and video format ####

Support audio formats contain MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, M4A, AIFF, FLV, OGG, MKA, AU, CAF, AIFF, AC3 and many more .

The app can get audio from video file. Support imported video format contain (AVI, Mp4, MOV, M4V, FLV, WMV, MKV, RM , MPEG, TS, RMVB, TP, MTS, M2TS, MPG, Dat, 3GP, 3G2, 3GP2, dv, mod; f4v, ASF and many more).

### Main Features: ###

1. Trim audio file.
2. Split audio file.
3. Merge audio file .
4. Set audio volume .
5. Fadein / Fadeout .
6. Stitching your audio clips.
7. Support almost all audio formats .
8. Support import almost all video formats .
9. Get audio track from video file .
10. Save and open project .
11. Setting ID3 info ( Artwork / Cover , title, artist, album, year ) .

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What’s New

Version 3.2.9

Resolved some bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Heffeweizen ,

I wish I could specify a file name when saving

I simply want to be able to import an MP3, edit it, then resave it overwriting the original MP3 file. Unfortunately this software doesn’t let you specify the file name when Exporting. So you have to rename the exported file later, then overwrite your original MP3 file afterwards. Too many unnecessary steps. Otherwise this is a nice and simple audio editing software for basic editing tasks.

Usaflarryp ,

Great App, Highly Recommend

I can’t believe some of the negative reviews. This is my favorite audio editing app for music. It is very user friendly with a learning curve of about an hour. Understand though, it will take a few hours of use, mainly by trial and error, to fully understand and become proficient at using it. Also understand, there are numerous audio editing app's that come with all the bells and whistles, I own two or three of them, but they’re not very user friendly and most require a learning curve equivalent to attaining a four year college degree. Thanks but no thanks! Audio Edit Pro is by far my favorite and for $4.99 it can’t be beat. One thing I would recommend adding to the app is the ability to add a blank space between edited sections or slices of audio from 1 to 4 seconds in length (timed silence between end of one song and beginning of another). The app does have fade-in and fade-out but a timed silence between songs would be something nice to have.

shaalaDC ,

limited functionality

I have several years of experience in audio editing for a dance company, and was looking for a new app since my old one broke in the transfer to my new mac and OS change. This had strong reviews and was a ‘pro’ version rather than’lite’ so I gave it a try - $5 is a small gamble, eh? I spent about 2 hours playing with it last night .

It is fairly easy to get going right out of the gate for splitting a file or mashing multiple files together into 1, but extremely limited in what you can do to said individual files.

If you want to cut out 20 seconds in the middle of a recording, you have to split the file 3 ways, delete one, and then save the other 2 as a merged file, none of which can be further edited without repeating the same process from scratch. So gods and goddesses above help you if you mis-set your markers by a fraction of a second, you have to delete everything and reload your source file! In most editing programs this is one drag and click with a preiview or undo option.
Same goes for ‘trim the first 10 seconds’ or ‘just the last 3 minutes’ or ‘add 5 sec of silence here'.
And forget about volume adjustments, fade in, fade out. Nope.

So - concatenate and split, OK, that works fine. Any other editing tasks will lead to hair loss and vile language. Not at all what I expected from something called “Audio Edit Pro”.

Developer Response ,

The new version 3.2.9 optimized this problem . Please update to the new version . You can use audio split function to delete audio fragment or adjust audio fragment position .


Xiaolei Zhang
17.7 MB

OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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