Load: Brings up a file browser which you can use to select a WAV file to load into your sample editor.
Rename: This lets you change the name or label associated with this sample in the machine that launched it.
Save As: Lets you save out this sample as a new WAV file or overwrite an existing WAV file.
Save Sel.: Lets you save only the selected portion of the sample out to a WAV file.
Info: Displays information about the sample. (file name, duration, bit depth and sampling rate)
Undo (redo): Reverts (or re-does) the last action performed in the sample editor.
Remove: Deletes the selection portion of the sample and joins up the remaining sample on both sides.
Cut: Same as remove (above) but places the deleted portion into the clipboard for pasting later.
Copy: Place the selected portion of sample into the clipboard without affecting the existing sample.
Paste: Inserts the content of the editor clipboard at the point marked by the edit (orange) cursor. This moves any sample content following the edit cursor to after the inserted sample data.
Paste Mix: Mixes the content of the editor clipboard with the waveform at the point marked by the edit (orange) cursor. This doesn't move the existing sample content but rather combines it with the clipboard content.
Crop: Trims the sample to only include the portion which is selected (deletes everything before and after the selection).
Mute: Replaces the selected sample portion with silence.
Normalize: This operation analyzes the select sample portion, finds the maximum value, then rescales (amplifies up or down) the selected portion so that the maximum value lines up with the normalization threshold. To set the threshold value, press the extended parameter button (3) and adjust the slider. An orange horizontal line will show you the threshold and how it relates to the sample loaded. Press the green checkmark to confirm the threshold and apply the normalization. To quickly normalize without changing the threshold, simple press Normalize without extending the parameter slider.
Amplify: This operation rescales the selected portion of the sample based on the amplification level set using the extended parameter slider (3). While adjusting the amplitude slider, an orange overlay will show an approximation of the signal level at the current amp level. Note that all signal is shown in orange but only the selected portion will have amplification applied upon confirmation (green checkmark)
Fade In: Modifies the selected portion of signal by starting from silence and ramping linearly to the original volume over the duration of the selection. Repeating the fade over the same selection will produce more exponential results.
Fade Out: Modifies the selected portion of signal by starting from the original volume and ramping linearly to silence over the duration of the selection. Repeating the fade over the same selection will produce more exponential results.
Smoothen: Interpolates linearly between the two outer-most sample points of the current selection. This can be used to fill in an error in the audio clip and should only be used over a few points.
Reverse: Flips the selected portion of the sample so that it plays backwards. Reversing again brings it back to normal playback direction.
Remove DC: This operation analyzes the selected portion of the sample, establishes average value (Direct Current component), then subtracts this average value from the selection. Can be used to remove a vertical shift over the length of a sample so that subsequent amplification operations don't further push it towards one end. If there is no DC in the signal, this operation will not affect the signal.
Noise Gate: This operation analyzes the selected sample portion and silences out any portion of audio that falls below the noise threshold. To set the noise threshold, press the extended parameter button (3) next to the noise gate and adjust the slider. An orange horizontal line will show you the threshold and how it relates to the sample loaded. Press the green checkmark to confirm the threshold and apply the noise gate. To quickly apply a noise gate without changing the threshold, simple press Noise Gate without extending the parameter slider.
Spectrum: Display a spectral (frequency) plot of the selected sample portion. Press any upper menu button to return to normal time/selection view.
Find Root (PCMSynth only): This tool analyzes the selected sample portion and tries to correlate its dominant frequency with a note on the keyboard. Once the operation is successful and the sample confirmed by pressing Done(15), the PCMSynth will automatically load the root note into the selected sample slot's "root note" value
Load Loop (PCMSynth only): This operation sets the start / end selection points based on the loop points established in the PCMSynth's Loop Point Editor for that sample slot. This can be useful for trimming unused portions of a sample to save memory.
Vocality (Android only): This launches the Vocality app and gathers the output result into the sample area. While Vocality was developed by a Caustic user, it is not a SingleCellSoftware product so any support issues or queries should be directed to PolynomialC instead.