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WaveFormer was developed in 1995 for the Amiga computer, but never released publicly. It was a waveform editing system designed to work standalone or in conjunction with professional sampling hardware and third party audio cards. Support for hard disk recording hardware was also planned.

It included time saving features such as free-hand repair mode which adjusts bad sample data. For example: given levels '0 5 10 32767 10 0', the level 32767 is very likely to be incorrect. To repair it, you simply had to drag the mouse over the offending sample and it would be adjusted to '0 5 10 5 10 0'.

  • Waveform Transformation
    Morphing, enhanced digital effects, Fourier analysis and transforms, free-hand edit, algorithm editing, cross-fading, percent complete indicator for intensive calculations, non-destructive (undo).
  • Waveform Viewing
    Simultaneous full and zoomed displays, multiple graph methods (Min/Avg/Max, Min/+Avg/-Avg/Max, Filled, Points, etc.), multi-colored, enhanced split-view (ideal for loop alignment).
  • Auto-Location
    Multiple definable increment/decrement values for scrolling, jump-to: start/end/mark/loop start/loop end/ range start/range end/last edit, auto locate: 0/min/max/range.
  • Waveform Auditioning
    Audible auditioning even while editing.
  • Bookmarks
    Multiple bookmarks could be visually/numerically defined, named, and assigned as loop points/ranges/or just notes for future reference; on/off toggling.
  • Clipboard
    Each clip can be named and assigned to a temporary buffer or to disk storage, clipped ranges can be selected from a list of names for copying/pasting, non-destructive (undo).
  • Looping
    Smoothing, multi-loops, auto/manual looping, forward/reverse/ping pong.
  • Waveform Editing
    Free-hand edit, free-hand repair.
  • Data Conversion
    • Bit Data: 8/12/16/24/32
    • Format: Raw, IFF-8SVX, AIFF, NeXT, Sun, Wave, U-Law, A-Law, AVR, Mac, IRCAM, Voc, SampleVision, etc.
Features, such as the number of waveform buffers, clips and bookmarks, were limited only by available memory and/or disk storage space.