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Welcome To Sound Editor - Roxio Creator 2011 User Manual

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Roxio Creator User Guide
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Welcome to Sound Editor

Sound Editor lets you record, preview, and modify any supported and
non-copy-protected digital audio files (including WAV and WMA files).
You can use Sound Editor to import (record) audio from analog sources,
including LP records and tapes, then apply audio effects to improve and
enhance your recorded audio. Finally, you can save your audio tracks for
use in other Roxio projects or burn them directly to audio CD.
When working on a Sound Editor project, you can:
Add audio files stored on fixed or removable drives, copy audio tracks
from CDs, or record audio from analog sources such as LP records and
tapes. For more information, see About adding audio clips on page 158.
Edit your clips and choose from a wide range of effects to apply to
either the entire project or a part of the project (for example, adjust
the volume or balance, remove "crackling" sounds from audio files, or
add dramatic effects to your music). For more information, see About
editing and applying effects on page 160.
Export your clips and tracks into standard audio formats or quickly
burn your music to disc (for enjoyment on your home or car stereo, or
on a portable music device). For more information, see Completing
Sound Editor projects on page 165.
To open Sound Editor:
From Roxio Home, select the Music-Audio project tab and choose
Edit Audio.

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