Lexis Audio Editor

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125K reviews
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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.

Please have also a look at our new security camera App Lexis Cam.

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Updated on
Apr 1, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

120K reviews
Alexandria F
March 13, 2024
So far, sooooo great! The speech to text accuracy is spot on! It's 100× better any of the system's keyboard or transcription/ caption services (just now I'm using STT to write this & it's made several mistakes, including confusing "speech to text" with "speech sex". ROFL!) But the fact that Lexus can be so accurate even when not directly speaking into the microphone. And transcribe conversations or meetings so well is impressive to say the least. Thanks devs!
89 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
February 11, 2023
Handy limited-feature audio editor for your phone for extremely crude editing. Not bad for that use, ***but I really wish it had better crossfades*** when you either cut or import additional audio to append to your original audio. If there's low-to- moderate signal or higher at the moment of the cut, there is a nasty click that could be avoided with a good automatic crossfade.
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Nate “AlieN8D” Shaffer