A very easy to use audio editor and recorder.
With TwistedWave, you can:
- Copy and paste your audio,
- Undo/redo instantly,
- Apply effects, such as fade in/out, delay, compressor/limiter, pitch shifting/time stretching, amplify or normalize the audio to a given level, filter to adjust the level of the low or high frequencies,
- Record audio from other applications using Audiobus.
Different file formats and exporting options are available to share your audio:
- WAV, AIFF, CAF, AAC, MP3 and FLAC audio support,
- Import/export audio with iTunes file sharing,
- Import files from the iPod library,
- Send your audio by mail,
- Email a link to an audio file,
- Upload to an FTP or SFTP account,
- Import and export files from/to Dropbox and Box.com,
- Use AudioCopy/Paste to share audio with other applications,
- Send an audio file to another application,
- Browser access to allow downloading and uploading files from/to TwistedWave.
The free "TwistedWave Recorder" application is the same as "TwistedWave Audio Editor", but with the editing and extra export functions available through in-app purchases.
The applications TwistedWave Audio Editor was published
in the category Music on 2010-11-09 and
was developed by TwistedWave Software Ltd..
The file size is 44.83 MB.
The current version is 1.37 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
- The document names will now show the creation date and time by default,
- TwistedWave now asks for confirmation before deleting multiple documents.
This app does not work with wireless headphones.
Please create a select silences option for this app.
Rendering the app useless for the reasons I acquired it. Of course it had to be too good to be true. Also a lot of audio units appear not to be supported.
Similar to audacity, not quite as many features. Does have easy tempo change, reversal of bad words, fade out, and more basics! Also LOVE the fact that you can text your final edits and not just email!
It used to be great how I could import my music into TwisedWave Audio Editor using the iPod Library selection in the Import menu. But, for the last two updates or so, on my iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 11.4, well this function isn't working for me anymore. I click the iPod Library button and it looks like it is going to load that menu for a second. But, then it just goes back to the home menu in the app. I don't understand what is going on? I've owned this brilliant audio editor application for years and being able to use the iPod Library import feature was always very important and helpful to me. Would you please fix that and put out an update so that this function will work again on my iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 11.4 please? It would mean so much to me if you would please look into this issue and problem I'm experiencing with the app and fix it please. Thank you if you will, I would be very grateful and thankful. And also, thanks so much for this one of a kind audio editor application. There is nothing on the App Store that even comes close to the top tier, professional quality of TwisedWave in my opinion. Thanks again if you'll fix this problem I'm having. And thanks to the developer for all of the time, hard work and dedication you've put into this amazing app over the years. I'm so grateful for that support to this app and us users, thank you.
I'm still looking for a replacement for Audacity on the PC so I can do all my editing on iPad. This looked close but after purchasing I now know it doesn't have the very feature I need most - background noise sample/remove. From a review I saw something like "Audacity for iPad" and from someone's video I saw that it had lots of filter options such as Noise Gate type filter and thought (incorrectly) it would have some sort of background noise sample and removal. It does not. It's too bad because it is otherwise the best audio app I've found for iPad. Back to shuffling my files back and forth between iPad and a PC with Audacity - less $10. Folks, if you could add this it would really help but I see people have been asking for this from you for 5 or 10 years so I guess that is your answer. The main reason I am still giving such a high "stars" score (4) to an app I bought and won't be using is that it would be fine for someone looking to clip audio and do edits other than background noise removal would probably be happy, and... it is very well done, and... the alternatives for iPad, such as WavePad are TERRIBLE for import/export, spamming, add pop up's, cheesy, unprofessional garbage. If you don't care about great background noise filtering this could be what you are looking for. Now back to my PC and Audacity...
I was under the impression that I could feed audio direct via usb/lighting but no it only will record with ipads mic.
A suggestion I recommend is to clear some history because my really over edited audio that is 3 minutes long takes over a GB. Overall, this app is amazing. It doesn't deserve a average rating of 3.5 stars, it deserves at least 4.5 stars or more. Keep up the great work!
All of my audio files refuse to play now, they all sound mute
I can now pitch shift and make things sound like opera! LOL!
Absolutely love this app. Could not recommend it highly enough. I have used it for almost two years now and it has allowed me to edit music mixes with ease and upload in a matter of minutes to my computer. By far the best music editing application I have used.
I have been using this app for a number of years now. It's easy to edit any music to exactly want you want as well as speed up and slow down.
This is one of the few exceptional apps out there, which bring desktop functionality to the ipad. Well worth it.
Quick and easy audio editing; what more could you ask? Thoroughly satisfied.
Ok, yes it seems to be fairly ok, but it's very basic. I was looking for a program to help me write lyrics. A situation where I can import a track, and record some basic vocal over the top. Not happening. You can only have one track, so it's completely useless to me. Regretting jumping into the purchase without checking first.
Superb audio editor for iOS. Using AudioPaste, you can paste audio from other apps into the editor. You can upload your track directly to Dropbox or Soundcloud in a variety of different formats including AAC and mp3. Also, the VU meters are big and beautiful. What's not to love about this app ? Highly recommended.
TwistedWave is by far the best audio editor I have used on the iOS platform. The interface is intuitive, works great with my Alesis IO Dock for creating recordings. The audio clipboard functions are very handy and I find the zooming & selecting of waveform sections to be very accurate and easy to do. Well done!
Tends to crash and then freeze ipad when trying to 'send by mail' but is easily fixed by holding the lock and home button and then usually works on the second try. Otherwise an excellent program.
The editing works well...But the quality of recording leaves much to be desired...hopefully the next version will address the issue of the low volume output
I don't know when Inter App Audio was added, but the best audio editor in the App Store just got better!!
Easily the best one out there for iPad iPhone and I have used them all. A few things that make it stand out to me are 1. The easy cut X option- Makes editing out the unwanted stuff super fast. Next, I only use my iPad for recording when I am away from my studio so I am almost always in a less than desirable recording location: the fine tuned high pass filter is basically a must have when recording outside the studio and this works beautifully. (with others it was too hard to dial in the right frequency if they had one at all). Third, the different EQ options. Would be super awesome though if they could keep a list of the para EQs that you have used on a track so you could delete later if desired. Lastly, super easy editing and that is what makes this app really stand out. Mark Hanson Voice Over Artist - Los Angeles Ca
Can anyone tell me how I can import audio files so I may be able to edit them?
16bit files by default, garbage. 32bit temp files, garbage. This not a pro app, it has major shortcomings. Go ahead and purchase this and find out for yourself. Nice interface, but I would rather have pro features and clear explanation of your silly 16bit default storage after you turn the app off, GARBAGE. This app is obviously designed by someone who knows little to nothing about real-world recording or logical workflow. Buyers: Enjoy exporting files from this app (1 at a time and everything will be 16bit if you close the app after recording in 32bit mode). This dev is lame and weak, no skillz - feel me? Apple's standards have lowered to disgraceful place. What standards? Exactly.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Best audio editor in the App Store! I've dished out a bunch of critical reviews in the past (for other apps) but I'm so impressed by this one I had to write this one🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I've used a few field recording apps, and so far this is the best I've found. Easy recording. Easy sharing. Easy editing. Easy conversion into MP3 and other major formats. It's all very intuitive and accessible. Also, this app lets you disable the iOS microphone processing, which is *very* important, if you want to make an excellent recording. With the processing, there's background noise inbetween sounds. Without the processing, it's an excellent recorder -- shockingly good for a piece of consumer electronics that fits into your pocket!
Seems that Audiobus is broken with this release. Please look into it.
This is the best single purpose audio editor on iOS, and it integrates very well into use with other apps via audio copy/paste and audiobus, etc Extremely handy and really a "must have" if you are producing good quality music or podcasts on your I device. It's nice that it's universal as well. One price gets it on your iPad and iPhone.
I use Twisted Wave primarily for radio production in Boston, and I have found it to be an extremely user friendly, well designed app that makes for a quick turnaround on projects. Selecting audio is straightforward, it's got decent reverbs and compression, a way to quickly add a fade, you can import from iTunes and export to DropBox, and (in my experience) it NEVER freezes up. Love it.
Works just fine, I worked out how to use it without reading the help files and edited an interview while my Mac was down, uploaded the final file to Dropbox. Simple, powerful, I tried the demo for half an hour then bought the full version. Unbelievably useful for straightforward work, and is capable of quite delicate and subtle cuts, with care.