Vector 3

Record and edit audio as well as convert between multiple formats.
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By Jaroslaw Szpilewski
11.9 MB
Used by 20 people
Awards: Mac Informer Editor Rating 4
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Vector 3 allows recording and editing audio as well as converting between formats. The tool supports starting from scratch as well as importing existing files. Likewise, it can record from various sources, including microphone, line input, other apps and the Internet. Moreover, it supports sampling rates that allow editing high quality audio. In this regard, it can import and export a wide range of file formats, including MP3, M4A, M4R, AAC, WAV, CAF, AIFF Exports MP3, M4A, M4R, AAC, WAV, CAF and AIFF. Good news is that it comes with a detailed manual for you to get the most of it.

The app has a nicely designed interface. Luckily, sounds are displayed as waveforms, which favors editing operations. It is good that you can open various recordings simultaneously and even move or copy fragments between them. However, it does not seem to support working with various tracks, which is a great limitation if you need to blend audio from various sources.

In addition to those common editing operations as cutting, pasting and deleting, Vector 3 also lets you apply any audio effect from a long list that includes generating silence, normalizing, reversing, adding echo, applying distortions and changing pitch. It is highly convenient that it allows undoing every action infinitely. In this respect, the history is saved with the source document, which means that you can even save it and continue working later without losing track of whatever you have done. more

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Review summary


  • Supports a wide range of formats
  • Allows opening various documents simultaneously
  • Long list of audio effects
  • Infinite undo/redo
  • Shows audio as waveforms


  • Does not support working with various tracks



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