Digital audio hardware and software



Digital audio hardware and software enables users to record and edit digital audio. Common hardware involved in this process may include computers, microphones, mobile phones, tablets, compact digital recorders, and mixers. Software is available for all major platforms of desktop, laptop, and mobile computing devices.



Digital audio software allows nonlinear editing of recordings. Both visual (you can see the waveform) and aural (listening to the sound) processes are utilized in the editing process. Digital audio hardware and software has applications for creating, performing, and responding to music. Features of software and hardware range from simple (user friendly) to sophisiticated, depending on the particular product.



Audacity, Adobe Audition, Audiotool, Amadeus Pro, Sound Studio, Sound Forge, and many others.