With our professional editing application, you can add many more audio effects to the selected region, such as amplify volume, compressor, fade in & fade out, flange, normalization, phase, reverb, silence, etc.
In audio engineering, a fade is a gradual increase or decrease in the level of an audio signal. With a recorded song, you can use fade in & fade out to gradually increase from silence at the beginning & gradually reduced to silence at its end.
“Amplify” is to increase or decrease the volume of the selected region; use “Normalize” to adjust the volume to an optional level; use “Envelope” to make fine adjustments to the volume over time or even more crude changes like fade in or fade out; use “Compressor” to limit the volume levels of a sound recording so that it stays within a certain loudness range.
You can also use add echo effects to the selected region to create single echoes, as well as a number of other effects; add chorus to make the recording of a vocal track sound like it was sung by two or more people singing.
What’s more, there are much more audio effects you can use such as vibrato, flange, phase, etc.