Lexis Audio Editor

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About this app

Create new audio recordings or edit audio files with the editor. Save the files in the desired audio format.
The trial version has all the features of the paid version including options to save in wav, m4a, aac, flac and wma format. Saving in mp3 format is available only in the paid version.
- Recorder and player
- Cut, copy and paste
- Delete, insert silence, trim, fade in, fade out
- Normalizing, noise reduction
- Record into existing file, import file into existing file
- Mixes the current file with another file
- 10 band equalizer
- Compressor
- Change Tempo, Speed, Pitch
- Splitting in vocals and and accompaniment
- Audioformats: mp3 (-320kb/s), wav (16 Bit PCM), flac, m4a, aac and wma, video import: mp4, 3gp, 3g2
Remark: You need enough free memory on your first sd-card to edit sound files. For 10min 48k stereo sound we recommend at least 500MB free memory.

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Updated on
May 28, 2022

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Data is encrypted in transit
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99.3K reviews
Magnificent Honky
May 30, 2022
This is a decent app, reminiscent of Audacity for Windows. It's easy to use. The primary complaint is that it doesn't allow for multitrack recording, which highly hampers its usefulness. At this point, the app has been around long enough for multitrack to exist, even if it only allowed for 2 or 3 tracks. Free version could allow for 3, while paid version allows 5, or whatever. I'd probably be inclined to give a full 5 stars, if they'd offer multitrack.
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Rob Hipp
May 2, 2022
I can no longer overwrite existing files with a save as option. I have to delete the existing file, then save. Major headache for what I need. I did manage to find out I can do a "save as" with the file browser, however, if the previous MP3 is longer than the new one I recorded, it keeps the existing audio. Really need to have this function correctly.
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May 27, 2022
Hello, because Google has changed the permissions in Android, overwriting is no longer possible in the internal filepicker. To do this, use the File Manager.
Tyler Martinez
March 19, 2022
UPDATE: My phone updated to a new version of Android and the app no longer works at all. When I tried contacting the developer, they thanked me for my review... It FINALLY got fixed! I can edit audio with it again! Unfortunately, it crashes when I try to export my audio... So, still kinda useless.
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What's new

Bugfix file overwrite in the file manager