Edison is an advanced audio recording and editing program that loads into any VSTi compatible effects location and plays sound from there. It includes comprehensive features and configuration settings geared toward experienced users.
The installation procedure dose not take a long time to finish. As for the interface, Edison opts for a modern-looking window with an intuitive structure. You can open sound files with the WAV, AIF, AIFF, SND, WV, MP3, OGG, RX2, REX or RCY format, as well as start a new recording by picking the audio and MIDI input device; a virtual piano is available. It is possible to add plugins and piano roles, input and output nodes, along with graph modules (new or from file).
Edison lets you insert silence, normalize volume, reverse the polarity, apply a fade in and out effect, trim side noise, blur or equalize sound, swap and convert channels, add regions and markers, set the loop, detect beats and pitch regions, snap to grid, and much more. The graph can be saved to file with GRA format. These are just part of the options provided by this complex software utility.
The tool does not put a strain on computer performance, since it runs on low CPU and memory. It includes help documentation for inexperienced users and supports multiple processors. Plugin thumbnail pictures are automatically created after first opening a plugin. All in all, Edison has an extensive set of options dedicated to audio recording and editing.