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I AM ON A TRIAL VERSION OF WAVEPAD AND I AM THINKING OF BUYING IT BUT UNDER ONE CONDITION, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO PLAY TWO FILES AT THE SAME TIME?? AS I WANT TWO PLAY A MUSIC TRACK WITH A VOICE TRACK!! I CANT SEEM TO WORK OUT HOW TO PLAY THEM AT THE SAME TIME :(

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Hi, unfortunately you can only play one file at a time with WavePad.

 

We are working on an audio file mixing product which will be released soon next week. This tool will allow you to play multiple files at the same time. If you are interested to be its beta tester, please let me know. Thanks

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Hi, just about to try this prog out as I wish to merge together a voice recording and two sound recordings, thats three files to be made into one, being able to control the volume and pitch of each.

I read on the website:-

>>Ability to work with multiple files at the same time in seperate screens.<<

but also read this thread >>can only play one file at a time<<

 

sory but confused, can it do what I seek, can I play the files and hear the effect of how I currenly have them set up, like what I hear then choose combine tracks etc ?

Is there a library of sounds, I actually need radio static for the final result !

Merlin

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Hi, You can download our new mixing program Mixpad from nch.com.au/mixpad and give it a try.

 

Hi, just about to try this prog out as I wish to merge together a voice recording and two sound recordings, thats three files to be made into one, being able to control the volume and pitch of each.

I read on the website:-

>>Ability to work with multiple files at the same time in seperate screens.<<

but also read this thread >>can only play one file at a time<<

 

sory but confused, can it do what I seek, can I play the files and hear the effect of how I currenly have them set up, like what I hear then choose combine tracks etc ?

Is there a library of sounds, I actually need radio static for the final result !

Merlin

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