Sodaphonic is always improving, but sometimes the changes aren’t always immediately noticeable, so I thought I’d highlight what’s been made better in recent weeks.
Whether you’re a casual or power user, keyboard shortcuts are a great way of getting things done quicker. Sodaphonic now has support for some basic keyboard commands, most of which you’ll be familiar with — copy and paste with “Cmd/Ctrl + c” and “Cmd/Ctrl + v” for example.
To see a full list of these shortcuts, just type “?” on the editor page.
Zooming into a specific point on a waveform is an essential function of an audio editor, and previously this was a bit slow. Now using a new feature I call PredictoZoom™, Sodaphonic can zoom-in and out almost instantly.
Lastly, a much-requested feature — trimming. Trimming is an easy way to keep the audio you want and throw out the rest. Just select the piece you of the waveform you wish to keep then go to Edit→Trim. Easy.