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When I record vocals into Sonar 5 I get a worbley, clippy sound, and it won't sync up with the next track I lay down. If I record into Sound Forge, or send it over to sound forge,from Sonar 5, it sounds fine. I am a musician, but not too saavy with computers. My ex left me with a burned out hard drive and I am starting from scratch again. Any suggestions would be appreciated. DH

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