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BrowserUsing the Media Browser ► Adding Browser objects to your project

Click the Browse Media button .
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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To insert into an existing track as a new clip. Double-click the file to add it to the selected track at the current Now time, or drag the file to the desired location.
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To insert into a new track. Drag the file to en empty space in the Track view, below the last track.
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To insert into a cell in the Matrix view. Make sure the Matrix view is visible, then drag the file to the desired Matrix cell.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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To add tracks to the end. Drag the track template to an empty space below the last track, or double-click the track template.
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To replace an existing track. Drag the track template onto the track you want to replace.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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To add tracks at the end of the current project. Drag the project template to the Track view.
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To open the template as a new project. Double-click the project template.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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To open a project. Double-click the desired cwp/cwb/wrk/bun file.
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To import the project into existing tracks. Drag the desired cwp/cwb/wrk/bun file into an existing track.
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To import the project as new tracks. Drag the desired cwp/cwb/wrk/bun file to an empty space in the Track view, below the last track.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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On the Browser menu, select Auto-Preview.
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On the Browser menu, point to Audio Preview Bus, then select the bus you want to preview audio through.
Note: Auto-Preview is enabled by default. If you disable Auto-Preview, you must click the Play button each time you want to preview the selected audio file.
The Play button changes to a Stop button during preview.
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Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Configuration File.
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Under Configuration Settings, click Edit Config File.
The Aud.ini file opens in the default Windows text editor.
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In Aud.ini, add a new entry called MaxPreviewMsec in the [Wave] section, and set its value to the max desired preview duration (in milliseconds). For example:
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Save Aud.ini and close the Windows text editor.
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Click Reload Config Settings to reload the current audio configuration settings from Aud.ini.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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On the Browser menu, select Auto-Preview.
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On the Browser menu, point to Synth Preview Output, then select the soft synth you want to preview MIDI through.
Note: If there are no synths in the project, go to Insert > Soft Synths and insert the desired soft synth.
Note 1: Auto-Preview is enabled by default. If you disable Auto-Preview, you must click the Play button each time you want to preview the selected audio file.
The Play button changes to a Stop button during preview.
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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Do one of the following:
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In the Browser, click the Browse Media button .
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On the Browser menu, click Auto-Preview.
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