Sometimes when importing a wave file into a project, it may import way out into the project. A common symptom of this issue is seeing an empty track with dots, indicating there is data later in the track.This issue has to do with how the type of wave file itself is formatted. It is most likely a Broadcast Wave file that contains an embedded timestamp. You can configure Cakewalk to obey or ignore the timestamp when importing Broadcast Wave files:
1. Go to Edit > Preferences > File - Audio Data.
2. Clear the Always Import Broadcast Waves at Their Timestamp check box, then click OK.
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