Topic: Editing WAV Files

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    So there is a sweep sound that I have as a WAV and I edited it to fade out at a certain point using the fade out option in Podium’s audio editor. I never noticed this before, but when I play the regular WAV sound, it has the fade out in it and I don’t see a way to get it out. Would I have to find and redownload the sample or is there a way to undo the changes that I did to the file?

    Thanks in advance!


    As far as I know, you have to use the “Undo” button to restore the original file. It will undo all changes made after the fade out, so apply the fade (or whatever you want) as the last step.
    But if you close and re-open the project, you can’t undo the changes. You have to reload the original audio file.
    So, I suggest you to edit the audio event in the sequencer as much as possible and not in the audio editor. Moreover, this allows you to choose among different fade curves (right click on fade grip to display the menu).


    Yeah, you should understand that Podium puts the destructive editing tools in the audio editor. Non-destructive editing is done from the timeline window.

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