Product FAQ - My Sound Editor Free Edition

Introduction

Q 01: Which formats can I use to edit?

Q 02: What type of recording options does the audio editor have?

Q 03: How long can My Sound Editor Free Edition record?

Q 04: I have recorded, but no sound during the playback?

Q 05: How to save as MP3?

Q 06: Can I remove the voice from a sound track, completely?

Q 07: Can the recorder tool start recording automatically?

Q 08: How do I add effects to my tracks?

Q 09: Does it handle ID3 tags?

Q 10: How can I get MP3 files transferred to PSP?

Q 11: When I try to connect to the CDDB, nothing happens. What's wrong?


Q 01: Which formats can I use to edit?

A: My Sound Editor Free Edition supports the following file formats:
Waveform Audio (PCM Wave) Files (*.wav);
MPEG Audio (Various Layers) Files (*.mp3;*.mp2;*.mpeg);
Windows Media Audio Files (*.wma);
OGG Vorbis Audio Files (*.ogg);
CD Audio Tracks (*.cda);
VOX Dialogic ACPCM Files (*.vox);
RAW Audio Files (*.raw; *.pcm);
G.72x Audio Files (*.g721;*.g723;*.g726);
AU Unix Audio Files (*.au;*.snd);
AIFF Apple Audio Files (*.aif;*.aiff;*.aifc);
MPC Audio Files (*.mpc);
DSP Audio Files (*.dsp).

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Q 02: What type of recording options does the audio editor have?

A: You can record into the audio editor from any type of device that can plug into your computer. You may have a recording device with a direct USB input. This is the most direct recording solution. You may have a mixer with mic inputs. You can record into the mic and hook up the mixer to the computer. Our audio editor will then let you edit and mix your recording. You can monitor it and change volume, too.

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Q 03: How long can My Sound Editor Free Edition record?

A: My Sound Editor Free Edition can consecutively record for as long as you like without interrupt.

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Q 04: I have recorded, but no sound during the playback?

A: Please check if you have selected the correct source for recording. Secondly, make sure the recording volume is not pointed to zero. Check our recording tutorials for more guides.

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Q 05: How to save as MP3?

A: After you hit "Save" button, there will be a browser window activated in which you can choose the file location, enter the filename and select MP3 format from the dropdown list at the bottom of the window.

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Q 06: Can I remove the voice from a sound track, completely?

A: No, you cannot fully remove the voice from a track. Any program that promises to remove voices completely from a sound track will also remove any sound near the voice in the stereo spectrum.

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Q 07: Can the recorder tool start recording automatically?

A: Activate the audio recorder and click "Timer Record". This is a handy setting for time-triggered recording. You can set the precise date and time to start recording and even the duration of the recording. From now on, you will never miss your program.

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Q 08: How do I add effects to my tracks?

A: You can add effects to any of your sound clips in My Sound Editor Free Edition by clicking on them. Then, each effect has presets and parameters that allow you to adjust the properties of the effect, and you can use the real-time preview feature to preview the results. When you're done, click "OK" to add the results to your creation.

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Q 09: Does it handle ID3 tags?

A: Yes, it allows users to add or remove ID3v1. If you select WMA and MP3 as output formats, you can edit the Tag information for the files.

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Q 10: How can I get MP3 files transferred to PSP?

A: Please just copy MP3 files into the "MUSIC" folder, one of the subfolders under "PSP" folder. For example, if the removable drive name for your PSP is "F", please copy them into "F:PSPMUSIC". If you cannot find it, please create such a path by yourself.

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Q 11: When I try to connect to the CDDB, nothing happens. What's wrong?

A: Please remember that you must be connected to the Internet to take advantage of the CDDB. If the problem persists, there might be a temporary network problem with the CDDB itself or your ISP might be experiencing difficulties in establishing a connection with the CDDB.

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