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Adding Special Audio Effects; Os/2 Audio Controls - IBM 715 P/N - 13H6715 User Manual

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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
follows:
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
Microphone
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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