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Home » , » Sweep is an audio editor and live playback tool for GNU/Linux, BSD and compatible systems.

Sweep is an audio editor and live playback tool for GNU/Linux, BSD and compatible systems.

Sweep is an audio editor and live playback tool for GNU/Linux, BSD and compatible systems.

It supports many music and voice formats including WAV, AIFF, Ogg Vorbis, Speex and MP3, with multichannel editing and LADSPA effects plugins.

It is Free Software, available under the GNU General Public Licence.

Check out the download page for information about downloading source packages and binaries for various operating systems.


Sweep is a very interactive sound editor which makes heavy use of audio feedback to make your tasks of manually analysing and editing sounds easier. Of course these screenshots cannot capture the interactivity -- you will have to try Sweep out for yourself to experience that. These screenshots show the most common editing windows and dialogs that you will encounter.
General usage ...

General usage.

This section introduces Sweep's main waveform view, extended selections and edit history.
File dialogs ...

File dialogs.

Sweep supports many file types, including PCM (WAV, AIFF etc.), voice formats including Speex, and the Ogg Vorbis perceptual audio codec.
This section displays the options available for loading and saving various different file types, and for creating new files.
Effects processing ...

Effects processing.

There are over 70 effects plugins freely available for the LADSPA plugin standard, supported by Sweep.
This section of the tour provides more information about these, and gives some example screenshots.
Playback and recording ...

Playback and recording

Sweep provides intuitive controls for playback latency and recording.
Contributed Screenshots ...

Contributed Screenshots .

Sweep is used in a wide variety of environments. These screenshots are contributed by users to show some of the different styles and desktop themes available.
Colour schemes ...

Colour schemes .

To finish off the tour, here is a gallery of the various colour schemes available for Sweep's waveform displays

Getting around in Sweep.

Main window

This is the main application window in Sweep. The two waveforms shown represent the left (above) and right (below) channels of a stereo WAV file. The grey regions indicate peaks and the dark regions indicate average values for the audio data. Time offsets in hours, minutes and seconds are shown above the waveforms. This window also includes a standard editing toolbar and playback controls.

 Zoomed in
You can zoom right in to individual PCM data values using the mouse wheel if available, arrow keys or the zoom control located in the top right corner of the window. The number in the dropdown box indicates the duration of sound visible in the window -- in this case 0.003 seconds.

Vertical Zoom
For greater precision, you can zoom the waveform display vertically, either by rolling the mouse wheel over the dB markings on the left side of the window or by pressing Shift and Arrow Up/Down. You can scroll the waveform display up and down by dragging the dB ruler on the left side of the window.
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