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open source audio editor
Developer(s) ReZound Team
Release information
Initial release {{{released}}}
Stable release 0.12.0b
Preview release 0.12.1b
Operating system Linux/BSD
Additional information
Use Digital Audio Editor
License GPL


ReZound aims to be a stable, open source, and graphical audio file editor primarily for but not limited to the Linux operating system. It is very similiar to Audacity.


Common features[edit]

  • Either 16bit integer or 32bit floating point can be chosen as the interal sample format
  • Fast editing of large files
  • Undo
  • Labeled cue positions
  • Cues can be dragged
  • Automatic Crossfading of Selection Edges on All Applicable Actions to Create Smooth Transitions
  • Ability to save user notes on codes that support metadata
  • Macros Allow a user to record a sequencer of changes to a to a file and repeat those actions later on other files
  • User-Definable key-bindings to actions


Audio I/O[edit]

  • OSS
  • ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)
  • Port Audio
  • JACK


LADSPA DSP Effects[edit]

  • Reverse
  • Change Volume
  • Gain (by constant or curve)
  • Change Rate (by constant or curve)
  • Flange
  • Delay (Echo)
  • Quantize
  • Distortion (by a curve)
  • Varied Repeat
  • Convolution
For Various Effects Like Reverb and Applying Room Characteristics



Development API[edit]

External links[edit]