Java is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. It's one of the most widely used programming languages and has been around since 1995. Audio editing is a process of manipulating the audio content of recorded sounds. The term "audio editing" encompasses both the process of manipulating the content of audio files and the end result. Audio editing software can be used to either create original sound recordings or to perform various edits on existing audio files. Java can be used to develop desktop based applications as well as mobile apps. Java is also a platform that allows to build and run applications using the computer's resources such as memory, disk space and CPU cycles.
Popular Java Audio Editing open source libraries include: jitsi - chat communicator that supports protocols; react-native-track-player - A fully fledged audio module created for music apps. Provides audio playback, external media control; metadata-extractor - Extracts Exif.