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PC Audio Editing with Adobe Audition 2.0 by Roger Derry

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3

Transfer

3.1 Reviewing material

Some material will arrive already in a form readable by your computer (such as the audio material provided on the CD-ROM accompanying this book). Other audio will have been recorded on an analog or digital recorder that needs transfer to your computer. This may have been recorded by someone else or acquired by you. In Chapter 13 there is some advice on originating material but in a book called PC Audio Editing let's get on with that: having acquired all your material, how do you transfer it onto your computer?

There are recorders that plug in to a USB port and appear as a disk drive. Here the audio files will already exist and can be copied across to your work folder. This can often be done on the desktop but ...

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