Sound CMD Help Page Screenshot

Getting Started To Audio Editing

The Sond CMD is a free software for audio editing, mixing and analysis. In this article we describe the main parts of SoundCMD online app.


The sound cmd UI (User Interface) consists of the following parts:

Sound Editor Main Screen Options
Screenshot with the main parts of the Sound CMD sound editor
1Main app menu
2Audio playback controls
3Zoom option buttons
4Clipboard controls
5Audio track panel
6Spectrum toolbar
7Sound frequency graph (aka Spectrum View)
General overview of SoundCMD parts

Each of these parts have an important role in audio editing and we cover each of them in our manual section.

Main menu

The app main menu has the following items:

File menu

The File menu provides options for audio import, export, close track, etc.

Edit menu

The Edit menu contains popular and specific audio processing options like: Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Undo and so on. You can read the full list of keyboard shortcuts for more information.

Track menu

Sound track management such as: Split Channels, Merge Channels, convert Stereo to Mono and so on.

Effects menu

The Effects menu provides various options for sound filters, such as: Reverse, Fade In, Fade Out and more.

Audio Track View

The song view lists the waveform of each audio file that is being processed. The Track view widget allows user selection and manipulation in sound time domain.

Audio Track View
Audio Track View

Spectrum View

Graphical representation of sound frequencies where users can analyse, play and edit sound on spectrum level.

Frequency Graph
Sound Spectrum Graph

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