Top 10 Best Music Editing App For Android 2020

Are you an audiophile? If your answer to any of these questions is in the affirmative, then you’ve come to the right place. You might have lots of music files on your phone but let’s be honest – not all of them are completely flawless. There might be some parts of the music files that you don’t like. If that's true, then you can edit those parts and make your music as you like. Now, you may be wondering how to do that? Well, without wasting your time, let's get to the point, here is the list of top 10 best music editing apps for Android you can use:

1. Audio Evolution Mobile Studio

If you’re looking for advanced music editing, then Audio Evolution Mobile Studio would be perfect for you. It allows you to edit unlimited tracks, the app includes some cool features like equalizer, loop playback, multi-track, and MIDI recording. There are other options as well, like you can select from a list of virtual instruments and insert their sound while editing and adding effects like chorus, compressor, reverb, etc.

You might face a bit difficult to use at first sight, but then there are video tutorials in the app that will teach you how to use it. You can download Audio Evolution Mobile Studio as a trial version from the Play Store and if you want the full version, you can buy it for $6.99.

2. WavePad Master’s Edition

WavePad Audio Editor allows you to choose to add audio files from your phone’s storage or you can also record them yourself as well. It has the basic functionality of an equalizer, you can also add effects such as amplify, normalize, and compress. The app also includes a noise cancellation feature which is automatically activated whenever you choose to record audio from the app. Though it doesn’t have a good looking interface WavePad Audio Editor has lots of features. 

To edit music, you have to first add it to the app. You can also merge multiple audio files to create a mix of music. After you’re done with your masterpiece, you can share it with your friends from the app. But unfortunately, the free version of WavePad Audio Editor doesn’t support in many devices, but if you really want this app with all the features unlocked, then you can buy its Master’s edition.

3. Voice PRO

Voice PRO is one of the best music editing app which works with more than a hundred audio formats. It allows you to render audio files to up to 32 kbps or you can even insert your own audio. Voice PRO allows you to merge two audio files of different formats. You can also change their properties like gain, time, and reverb, and render them to a multitude of audio formats.

Voice PRO has lots of plug-ins that can be installed from within the app. These plug-ins let you do a variety of other things like encrypting and decrypting your records and backup and restore records from the cloud. It has a home screen widget which makes them very easy to use, That’s how Voice PRO has made its position in number 3.

4. FL Studio Mobile

If you are looking for a high-quality music editing app, then FL Studio Mobile Mobile is the app that should be on your android phone. This app includes high-quality synthesizers, sampler, drum kits, and sliced-loop beats. The app also has numerous effects which include audio ducker, distortion, equalizer, and delays and also comes with some sample presets. It has MIDI controller support, which allows you to play configurable virtual instruments. You can export your edited audio files in both WAV and MP3 formats and can be shared with your friends.

For an app that costs $15.99, FL Studio Mobile is worth every penny. If audio quality is your main concern, then you must have a look for this one.

5. Recording Studio

Recording Studio allows you to record, edit, and mix your music files. You can add up to 24 audio tracks together either from your recordings or from the virtual instrument tracks within the app. Recording Studio also supports WAV or MP3 music files from your device and allows you to mix them even you’re offline. Also, you will have a configurable metronome and tempo ranging from 30 – 260 BPM. With the feature to edit every single note, you will be able to create some really great sounding music.

In Recording Studio Lite which is a free version app allows you to import only up to 2 tracks at a time. You can buy Recording Studio Pro to gain access to all the features.

6. Lexis Audio Editor

Lexis Audio Editor is a free app that allows you to edit music files and save them in your any audio format. It also allows you to copy and paste music files from one file to another to create a mix. In the app, you will be able to change the tempo, speed, and pitch of a music file. You can also trim it, add a fade in or fade out, insert silence, or even delete any part of it.

Personally, I love this app very much as it is totally free, but boasts features like compressor, equalizer, and noise reduction which most other apps offer in their paid version. You can render up to 320 kbps MP3 and 16-bit PCM WAV, Lexis Audio The editor is one of the best free music editing apps.

7. Caustic 3          

Caustic 3 is not exactly a music editing app, but it has features that creates some wonderful music. Inspired by rack-mount synthesizers, the app allows you to choose up to 14 machines from a selection of many like Subsynth, BeatBox, Vocoder, FMSynth, 8BitSynth, etc. You can add up to 2 effects per machine which makes it more interesting.

You can even add your own WAV files that can be used in the PCMSynth, BeatBox, and Vocoder. It supports all uncompressed WAV files with any sampling rate, Caustic 3 is a cool app which is totally free and allows you to create some amazing music.

8. AudioDroid

AudioDroid allows you to edit and mix various audio formats. You can also edit music files to create a ringtone or an alarm or even a notification sound. The music files can be added from your device or recorded by you. You can also apply offline effects to your music files with a 3-band equalizer, filter, tempo, or reverb. This app also comes with some predefined presets such as bass, hall reverb, and concert hall reverb that helps you to add some common effects with a single tap. Like all other apps, AudioDroid also allows you to share your edited music files from the app.

Most of the features of the app are included in AudioDroid. But to gain access to the audio effects, you’ll have to buy AudioDroid Pro which costs $2.99.

9. Ringtone Maker

If you are not looking for an advanced music editing app, then Ringtone Maker have enough features to meet all your requirements. It has the basic features like copy and paste, fade in and fade out, and volume adjustment, this app is really great to create custom ringtones, alarms, and notification sounds. You will also get the option to set the ringtone from the app. As of now, It allows you to edit MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV, AAC (M4A), and 3GPP/AMR audio files. This app is totally free but shows ads. But the ads can be removed by buying its pro version which costs just $0.99.

10. MP3 Cutter and Ringtone Maker

This app is like Ringtone Maker, MP3 Cutter and Ringtone Maker comes with the basic editing features. You can use this app to create ringtones, alarms, or notification sounds. It allows start and end times of the audio can be set manually for precise timing. You can also record your own audio for editing. If you want to set a particular part of a song as my Ringtone, this will be the best app you can go with.

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