Hokusai Audio Editor

Hokusai Audio Editor

By Wooji Juice Ltd

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-08-01
  • Current Version: 2.2.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.75 MB
  • Developer: Wooji Juice Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 836 Ratings

Description

Hokusai is a multitrack audio editor for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Record or import a track, and make it sound the way you want it to: not just trimming the ends, but full cut, copy, paste and delete, and a suite of filters and special effects available. "Beautiful clutter-free interface" — TouchProducer.com "Hokusai will convince you that audio was meant to be edited with a touch screen — it's just so natural within this app that you’ll find yourself consistently coming back to it." — iOS Music And You Edit many tracks side-by-side, mix them together, and export to Wave or MP4 format — then transfer them to your computer, send them to another app on your device, or upload to cloud services. Hokusai is streamlined to give you a clean, clear view of your tracks. Use the familiar pinch and swipe gestures to zoom right in and fiddle with fine detail, or step back to see the big picture. Select pieces of audio. Live "scrubbing" means you can hear the sound under your fingertip as you make your adjustments. And you needn't fear a bad edit with our full undo/redo support — even after closing your project. Hokusai comes free with a set of useful tools such as fade in/out, normalise volume levels, reverse time, and basic synthesis. If you need more power, you can upgrade from inside the app to add new tools and effects, including: Per-track volume/mute/panning, selecting across multiple tracks at once, presets and favourites, grain synthesis, noise gating, time-stretching, pitch-bending, echo, reverb, modulation (AM & FM), resonance, distortion, grunge, vocal levelling, monster voice, high/low/band-pass/notch-cut filter and more — many of which can be previewed live.

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Reviews

  • Does what I need

    5
    By jeffry-s
    “Destructive editing” may not sound good, but it is clearly more useful than what GarageBand offers when you have to split regions to delete audio and then deal with them sliding around. When it comes to adding reverb however, this app is limited by its need to write the “reverb” into the waveform, not allowing for later alterations. The scrub is for real. Unlike the scrub in Music Studio, you can hear all sonic components (e.g. the scratch of my fingernails on the guitar strings) and thereby make more seamless edits. The notch filter effect is well implemented, a little piano keyboard gets you honed in on the exact pitch of a woof note.
  • does what i need every single time

    5
    By jGueo
    use this app for your audio file needs. problem solved!
  • RVue

    5
    By Valeevue
    Best audio recorder!
  • finally!

    4
    By chalkmuncher
    this is the alternative i needed to the now-nonfunctional voice memos. record, trim, share. spring for the pro and you can do all sorts of extra stuff too. visible wave form. all the basic stuff that every other recording app seems to think unnecessary. feature request: allow lower-quality recording. these files are gonna eat up memory fast if i let them build up.
  • Great app

    5
    By محمد بو علي
    What a wonderful app, I really likes it. It Is a great and useful app.
  • Bugs

    5
    By mooki2x
    I love this app I really do, but it can be more easier to use. Also the Track order feature does not work, and I’m also not able to re arrange the track selection to make it fit with instrumentals when mixing and mastering. There are minor things that y’all can fix and would be great if you could asap but other than that I love the app.
  • Deep sound editing for podcasts and speech

    5
    By lostproductivity
    I admit the app had some odd cutting issues a while back but I love using Hokusai 2. It is stable and does all I could hope for in a sound editing app.
  • Amazing App!

    5
    By cutelioncub674
    This app is truly amazing to use if you just wanted something to cut audio with! What’s best about this app is that there are no ads! Truly amazing! ^^
  • tin can

    3
    By Tacoman3000
    amazing app, though i’ve recently discovered an issue where if you layer two sounds on top of each other, there begins to be a sort of tin can effect?
  • Great app

    3
    By iBarbaraStreisand
    This is a great app, just what I was looking for - but oh my gosh save often. It crashes a lot. Hope they fix that!

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