Hokusai Audio Editor

Hokusai Audio Editor

By Wooji Juice Ltd

  • App Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-08-01
  • Current Version: 2.2.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.80 MB
  • Developer: Wooji Juice Ltd
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 414 Reviews

Hokusai Audio Editor App 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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App Reviews

  • Perfect

    5
    By Holisai 2 User
    We are grateful we found Hokusai 2! It is saving us time, for our work, for editing, submitting, and its transporting options! We are thankful!
  • Perfect app

    5
    By kingalien
    Does everything perfectly for editing music files.
  • RVue

    5
    By Valeevue
    Best audio recorder!
  • Great app

    5
    By محمد بو علي
    What a wonderful app, I really likes it. It Is a great and useful app.
  • 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!
  • This is THE one

    5
    By Diana.McCall
    Hidden behind the arcane name is a wonderful app. It will do what you need, even in the free version. It can import/export (uses Files), cut/paste, and lots more. There's a full user manual on-line and pdf, so there are no mysteries. You can expand the track and use audio scrubbing for precise trimming. A minor limitation is that it only saves as m4a (or wav), not mp3. I don't need the full version, but I'd pay a couple of bucks just to give the author a boost. May there should be a tip jar or a minor upgrade available for a lower price.
  • Great App

    5
    By JeanAllTrekkie
    Hokusai 2 Review So I’m a former  employee so I have a high standard when it comes to Apps, design and productivity. I needed to do some serious audio editing, Hokusai 2 was among the top I had in mind. I needed something Professional, with a full suite of options. So I loaded up the app and went to work. What I loved: - It was easy to import audio and splice the audio the way I wanted it - Very full featured, allows me to split the stereo tracks, which I was impressed with - LOTS of options, from ducking, fade in/out, silence, gain, gain compressor, white noise, etc. I need to stop listing them because Ill be here for a hour. - TONS of Special effects, from phaser, chorus, etc. - Allows to convert audio to various formats - Allows to heighten audio tracks so its easier to see - Allows to zoom in very intuitively, no dropped frames even on my iPad Air 2 - Quick conversions when altering audio What I didnt like: - The App gets confused when gesturing between the Heighten Track height and Zooming. I cant begin to tell you how many times I wanted to zoom but it heightened the track size. - Not as big of deal but when I left the project and re-entered a bug popped up where it didnt load any of my tracks or even project name. It was completely blank. I was worried that the app deleted all the data but when I cloned the project it was there, I forced closed the app and went back to the original project and the data was back. Again no big deal but the bug should be rectified. - I can only increase the gain by 3.0dB each time (which I could push it to 6.0 or higher instead of redoing it twice) I was surprised that I did all the editing in the Free version and was able to export it out without needing any of the upgraded features. I didnt need to buy the Pro pack but I did anyway just to say Thank you to the developer for making my job SO MUCH EASIER. This App saved me from rushing home, hitting traffic, and stressing to make my appointments throughout the day. Thank you.
  • Normalise function is gone in the new version

    1
    By Si Joni
    I am deleting the app now
  • It’s good but it needs improvement

    3
    By Colton Lee Clement
    I’ve been using this app for quite a while and so far, my only complaint is that you can’t just simply edit audio from a video on your phone. I always have to download my sounds and music off the internet with another app so I can turn it into an audio file. I shouldn’t have to worry about it when the app should be taking care of this. Also, there is a files app that apple has made where you can move videos to it and it works with Hokusai, but whenever I try to select what I want to edit, the thumbnail is faded and wont let me select it. The app is well organized and is easy to use, but if you can’t edit anything you have on your phone, then what’s the point in downloading the app?

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