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  1. Hello IDB, Unfortunately it appears to be a bug. We have it noted and it will be fixed in the next release. Regards, Ben
  2. Hi GINGER20, What you are trying to do is what Crescendo refers to as multiple voices. For something like guitar music, it is common to have a bass line and melody line written on the same staff. In Crescendo you write these two parts as two different voices. Voices in Crescendo can overlap each other. To change which voice notes belong to, go the "Voices" menu and select Voice 1,2,3 or 4. Any notes you add to Crescendo will now be part of that voice. If you have already added a note and you want to reassign it to a different voice, then you can right click on the note and go to the "Voices" item in the pop-up menu and select the correct voice. Regards, Ben
  3. Hi mainer104, I'm not sure what the problem could be - it is working for me here. Are you making sure the notes are selected? They should be high-lighted blue when selected. From there you should be able to just right click and change the direction as described above. Regards, Ben
  4. The currently released version available from our website contains the fix.
  5. Hi TommieL, Can you give me some more detail on the format of the file you are editing and what format you are saving it to? Regards, Ben
  6. Hi Zenesz, Amplifying an audio file will simply increase the amplitude of the file by a set factor, so any audio which is close to clipping and distorting is likely to be pushed over this limit. This is especially so if your audio contains a large dynamic range of soft parts and loud parts. I would suggest using the compressor to reduce the dynamic range of the audio file and then using the normalize function. Let me know if you need more details. Regards, Ben
  7. Hi diatonis, Unfortunately WavePad doesn't have this option. I will add it to our list of suggestions. Regards, Ben
  8. Hi Skippster, You can open your video file in WavePad and then simply the save the file as an mp3. Then open your other project and open the mp3 file you saved. Regards, Ben
  9. Currently you are not able to do this, but this feature is on our list of things to add in the future. Regards, Ben
  10. It sounds like the driver installation may have failed for some reason. Could you please try uninstalling and reinstalling Voxal? Please take note of any errors which may show during the installation. Regards, Ben
  11. Hi hlpmepls, Can I please ask you to confirm that you rebooted your computer after installing Voxal? Regards, Ben
  12. Hi all It turns out there was a bug in the code signing process which affected a small number of users. This issue has been resolved now. Regards, Ben
  13. Hi Ed McAskill, Can you please describe your recording process? What kind of hardware are you using and what options have you selected in the WavePad settings dialog? Regards, Ben
  14. Hi Tim Prosser, Generally you shouldn't need to adjust for latency - MixPad should do it for you. But if you are having troubles with your hardware then MixPad allows you to specify an offset. Since this is a manual setting, you may need to experiment with the correct value. If you can describe your hardware setup I may be able to give you some suggestions on how to improve it and get better results. As much detail as possible would be great. Regards, Ben
  15. Thanks mjocyp We'll have a close look at it and see what we can do for the next release. Regards, Ben