Wavosaur v1.1.0.0

webfork on 20 Nov 2015

Wavosaur is a fast and easy multi-audiowave file editor created for editing audio clips, sound design, mastering, managing, and recording. The program is compatible with VSTs and capable of using them in real time to listen to effects-processed audio. The program can monitor audio ports and is MIDI-controllable. Among its features: ASIO support, import (MP3, aiff, raw binary, au/snd, ADPCM, and so on), MP3 export, statistic/analysis tools (2D/3D spectrum, real time oscilloscope), process tools (resample, bit-depth convert 8, 16, 24, 32 bits, pitch shift, vocal removal, etc.), batch processing, and more.

System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware / Donationware (donate via PayPal)
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch Wavosaur.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: Audacity
What's new?
  • 64-bit version:
    Wavosaur now runs natively on 64 bit Windows systems, and load 64 bit VST plugins, the 32-bit version of Wavosaur is also available.
  • VST Host bugfix:
    Fixed bug with "input pin", it was causing "Izotope" VST plugins to stop working.

12 comments on Wavosaur  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

nextgen 2007-05-05 06:08

Impressive software: only 400 Ko, no installer, no registry entry, and lot's of features for only... 0$.
Very good!

r 2007-06-17 14:47

wow... very impressive!!

if you don't have sound forge installed on your computer, this is a very worthy alternative! audacity is more like a multi-track sequencer, while wavosaur tries to emulate all of sound forge's functions.

combined with ASIO4ALL, this is a very usable and handy app to add!

-A- 2007-07-03 04:50

Nice, straight-forward sound editor. Does exactly what it says on the tin.

A worthy addition to your portable apps USB key.

Bubba 2007-12-03 05:56

This is a very nice sound editor. But it needs to be pointed out that while the application is less than 500 Kb, as soon as it starts recording the folder it's in grows very fast. About 30 seconds of silence equals close to a 10 Mb waveosaur.rec file, while it is recording. So it would be a good idea to leave some free space on your portable device if you plan on recording for very long.

daddycat 2009-01-09 16:58

Works well. Fast it ain't.

Borsuc 2009-02-19 11:42

Does anyone know how you can redirect the recording to a different folder (possibly temporary on a hard drive) and disable the log file created at exit?

recording-man 2009-04-30 05:42

This is a very good small and smart tool. It is fine that I can use VST machines - and there are good cost free VSTs out there.

goodandbad 2010-01-16 00:03

Works great for LP audio capture. However, the app does not handle large mp3 files without giving a memory allocation error. The file was only 50MB. Also seems like the developers are not supporting the last version.

webfork 2012-04-15 21:40

goodandbad: might be a big file thing: program seemed to choke when I added a 1.3 gig WAV file. However, the batch processing for some basic normalizing operations was very, very useful. Definitely keep this around to do what Audacity won't.


rogerthedodger 2012-11-07 01:14

Looked and sounded great, but batch processing only as .wav files, and you cant select multiple processing options. Maybe in the future this will be worthwhile, but not yet.


BGM 2012-12-28 02:11

I like this program very much. I use it to make voice recordings for Asterisk.


Midas 2014-09-22 10:36

The latest Wavosaur seems to have a serious issue while applying VST effects (see post at http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=71308#p71308).


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