This is "Kwave", a simple sound editor built on KDE Frameworks 5. Its features include:
a user interface that can be switched to SDI, MDI or Tab mode
simple cut, copy and paste functions
labeling of signals
Recording functionality, including pre-recording
Playback via Qt, PulseAudio, ALSA and OSS
Recording via PulseAudio, ALSA and OSS
Ogg/Vorbis and Opus import/export
some analysis functions such as Sonagram
internally uses 24 bit fixed precision for sample data
free selectable sample rates
support for editing of multi channel files
playback of multi channel audio files (audio output will be mixed down to mono or stereo if needed)
extendible through an easy-to-use plugin interface
import/export of other audio formats through audiofile
If you are interested what has been done and what has still to be
done, then look at the files
TODO included in the
source package. Help and constructive critics are always welcome.
So if you want to get in contact with the developers, need some further help on using Kwave, submit patches, bug reports or other stuff, the following resources might be of interest for you:
For information about new up-to-date releases or some other information about this project, take a look at the Kwave homepage
If you need some help on using Kwave or want to get involved in the development, join the Kwave developer mailing list by visiting "https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/kwave-devel".
There also is a new GIT repository hosted on KDE servers, and a mirror repository hosted by SourceForge where you can get the sources of the latest development version. For instructions on how to get access to the repository, read in the chapter about building from GIT in the developer documentation. There also is a GIT web interface on KDE and on SourceForge where you can use to browse through the sources.