GoldWave Inc. is a small privately owned, Canadian based corporation, located near St. John's, Newfoundland. The company develops affordable, professional quality, digital audio editing software and multitrack audio/video mixing software. The company is named after the GoldWave Digital Audio Editor, which was released in April 1993. The software has continued to improve with helpful feedback from hundreds of thousands of users and customers over the past 25 years.
GoldWave has been used for historic recording analysis in the moon landing, as reported on BBC and the Houston Chronicle. It was mentioned by name in the pilot episode of the television series Supernatural.
The US Coast Guard has used GoldWave to clean up radio calls and in evaluating personnel (ON SCENE The Journal of U. S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue, Spring 2003). It is used in dozens of schools and universities around the world and is mentioned in numerous research papers covering a wide variety of topics, including neuropsychology, bioacoustic signals, seismic analysis, and engine and animal identification.
Many references to GoldWave can be found in a wide range of books and articles. Some examples are listed below.
On March 17, 2009 GoldWave® became a registered trademark of GoldWave Inc.
GoldWave Inc. does not disclose any customer information. All personal information and email addresses are keep confidential.
GoldWave Inc. does not send unsolicited messages. No upgrade notices, announcements, or advertisements of any kind are sent. Your email address is used only to send a license or reply to your questions or requests.
GoldWave Inc. software is clean and never contains adware, spyware, or any other unrelated software. Always download from the official download sites. Official downloads are digitally signed.
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