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Hi. I’m a novice WavePad user. As a learning exercise I was attempting to create the sound of bubbling water in a pot on my iPhone by stringing several copies of a single bubble from the sound library together, selecting all, and then trimming the silences through the entire assembled sequence. As far as I can tell, no change occurred regardless of changes I made to the silence threshold. Perhaps I should have used the Join function? I then tried to trim silences from a single instance of a water splash sound from the library. While I could see that some silence had been trimmed
I'm recording from vinyl to create Wav/MP3 files, but am encountering a problem when it comes to silent passages, particularly at the end of the track. As the volume decreases and enters the 'fade-out', it starts to sound 'clipped'? So as if when it hits a silent section, it stops recording and then when some sound is detected it records, making the playback sound 'jerky'. Any advice greatly appreciated.
I was recording a podcast with a friend. We each had our own track ( 2 tracks total). Both tracks recorded audio from microphones. I can see that the audio was recorded, because the audio waves are visable and different for both tracks. However, when I go to play the Podcast, only one track shows audio, the other one is silent.
After every recording RecordPad automatically trims silence. This takes time and by the time it's done, the next song is streaming and recording does not start right away causing the front of the song to be clipped. How can I turn off this auto silence trim? It was not on the old version and since I upgraded it's driving me nuts!