ADDING SPECIAL AUDIO EFFECTS
With CD-quality digital sound controls, you can enhance the audio signal output. The Chorus
creates a unified sound echo. The Reverb creates a reverberating echo. The QSOUND enhances
the audio sound. You can change the special effects from the Mwave Audio Mixer Window as
Drag the chorus control up or down.
Drag the reverb control up or down.
Click on EFFECTS or the empty blank next to it enable these effects.
Click on the Q SOUND or the empty blank next to it to turn on QSOUND audio enhancements.
OS/2 AUDIO CONTROLS
You use the Mwave Auxiliary Control Window to control the input source for OS/2 CD-ROM,
line and microphone applications. This function replaces the Mwave Audio Mixer since it is not
available under OS/2.
NAVIGATE: From the Multimedia Modem folder, go to Mwave Auxiliary Control.
You do not have to specify whether you are in play or record mode since the OS/2 application
will determine the mode. You must have the Mwave Auxiliary Window active for you to play or
record with an OS/2 application from the following auxiliary source selections:
Input source from internal CD-ROM and line input
The audio sounds for games, wave or MIDI files are available when you use an OS/2 application
without going to any function to make them active.
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