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A Heads Up Before you Paste Audio Data in Soundtrack Pro

If you paste audio between files that have different sample rate in Soundtrack Pro, you could be in for a unexpected result. Let's say that you pasted audio that originated from the LEFT CHANNEL of an audio file into the RIGHT CHANNEL of another file that has a different sample rate, via the Waveform Editor. The information that you just pasted could show up in the LEFT CHANNEL of the file that you are pasting to, even though you pasted it into the Right Channel.

To prevent this from happening, make sure that all of your sample rates are uniform between the files you will copying and pasting between.

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