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    Merry Leong

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    Hi. I found this very helpful. I did get confused with instructions on Noise Removal section. I think it would be helpful if you would have said to record a few seconds of noise and then STOP the recording and then highlight section and then proceed to Effect……….. as I did the recording and then tried to go to Effect (without first STOPPING the recording), but everyting was grayed out. Then I went through a couple tutorials on Youtube and find out I had to “STOP” the recording first and then I was able use the Effect function. Hope this is helpful.

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    Brian Huxtable

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    Ah! Yea, sure. I’ll make this clarification. Thanks for the input! : )

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    Dave Wesely

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    I found that using an internal sound card for the audio in was full of static , which was from RF noise inside the computer case interfering with the analog signal. Once I used an external USB sound in device, the input was clean as a whistle.

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    Brian Huxtable

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    Huh! Excellent suggestion. Much more attention is certainly paid to USB cables as far as signal clarity that to the standard run of the mill audio cable. Wish I had thought of that : )

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