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Why cant i mix down to a wave file anymore. now i have to select wav. ses. and Nero doesnt recognize this type of file

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try this it is instructios for the wave editor its in pdf format so you can download it to your machine and print it if yo ulike

dont rip to hard it leaves frayed end,

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Well i think its software rather than hardware, What program are your using and are your songs mp3, or wma. or wav.

Here is what i suggest
1.) download nero from here http://www.phazeddl.com/ just search nero

2.) install it and folly the instructions to get it activated
3.) Use nero vision express
start / all programs / nero / photo and video / nero vision
4.)create a slive show dvd
5.) drag across your photos
6.) drag across your audio
7.) right click on the time line and set your transitions and time etc. basically set it up how you would like it to look
8.) burn it ( nero vision doest that for you automatically)

its user friendly and self explationary and very very very easy to use and is gurantied to work
NB. for better compatibality convert mp3 files to wav file.
to do this open it in nero wave editor and save it as a wav file

:) cheers

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How do i convert personally recorded nwf to wma sound files


Hi ,

Open Nero Burning Rom and see if Nero recognizes your personal files . If yes , drag and drop them to the left panel , select the recorder in witch you have loaded a blanc cd and clic on
" burn compilation " . Nero is set to burn to WAV by default .
If this does'nt work with Nero , you can try another soft , for instance Switch Sound File Converter from NCH and convert your files to Wav on the HDD . And yes , it's free .

Regards .

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I would like to copy my casette music tapes to CD. Please help! I can't get it done w/Roxio.


use Nero Wave editior and use a simple walkman player with audio out jack....play the cassett in the walkman and use a simple audio leed to insert the leed jack in the audio in of the PC, while selecting the audio properties in the Nero Wave editor select "line in"
after the job is done save the wave file as mp3 or wav file and copy to a CD

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Transfering a stored PC recording


The recordings simply reside on your pc, but not in the "Digital Wave Player" software. The software is merely there to let you play the recordings, probably because they are not in a native Windows format.

If the recordings are "Wave, .wav" files as suggested by the software, then simply locate the files you want to put on disc... I am guessing you want to burn on cd.

Then, use a burning program such as Nero to add these files and burn to disc.

If you don't have Nero, then you would need to figure out what type of burning software your machine has installed and go from there.

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16 bit 44.1khz monaural wav format files


I'll assume first that you have wav files on your PC that you'd like to import into your 2488 to use as percussion tracks.

You'll have to convert those files on the PC first into mono wav files. The 2488 can handle 16 or 24 bit so the bitrate shouldn't really be a problem. (It will also automatically truncate a larger bitrate down, but you should really dither the files rather than let them truncate... another topic).

You can use Audacity (free) to convert stereo wav files to mono wav (audacity will also dither for you).

Once your files are converted and saved on the PC, on the 2488 open the USB connection from the DISK menu. (This assumes you already have a usb cable connected between your PC and your 2488.) You will see a device appear on your filelist called HD_2488 or something like that with a drive letter. Copy your mono wav files into the WAV directory on the 2488 USB device.
Then on the 2488 press 'exit' to close the USB and from the WAV IN/OUT menu choose 'USB import'. You should see the WAV files listed. If those files are not mono waves you won't even see them listed. Select the file(s) and press enter to import. You'll be prompted to choose which track to import them to.

That's pretty much it.

bd.

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Load imported songs on tascam dp02 cf


Make sure you have the song loaded first. In this case it sounds like you are importing into a new song, so make sure that you have a new song created and loaded prior to importing.

Then go to the menu by pressing the 'MENU' sutton and from there select 'WAVE' and then 'IMPORT TRACK'. You'll see the list of wav files on the fat partition of the CF media displayed. Select the wav file with your beat track on it (use the DATA DIAL or up/down arrow buttons to highlight the right wav file) and press the 'YES/ENTER' button. You'll be prompted for the track to import into. Select Track01 and press the 'Yes/Enter' button again and the WAV file will be read and inported into track 1.

Please note that the wav file should be a 44.1 kHz, 16-bit and a mono wav before trying to import it. If the beat track was created as a stereo wav you'll have to go into a wav editor like Audacity and resave the file as a mono wav file first. Also for a wav with a bit rate higher than 16-bit, the DP-02 is going to truncate the bits rather than dither and this might effect quality adversly so you might want to make sure that the file is properly saved as 16-bit prior to attempting an import to avoid this.

Hope this helps.

bd.

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How do i unlock my ringtones


you cant use .mp3 as ringtones on t509. WSD (Wave Sound Decorator) is a tool for converting Microsoft Wave and Apple AIFF format audio files(.wav/.aif) into SMAF files(.mmf). convert your mp3 to wav. convert wave to mmf and reup to phone

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Failure to read WAVE file when trying to import a track.


Wav files need to be in mono to be imported into the dp-01. Fruity Loops and a most other programs by default save wav files in stereo. You'll need to save the files again as mono wav files before attempting to import them into the dp-01.

Cheers.

bd.

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Can Nero convert MP3 files to wave for ripping onto music CD's


Yes. Select audio CD as your disc type. Drag and drop your MP3 files into the Nero window.

You don't have to convert from MP3 to WAV. Nero will burn the CD in one hit.

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