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Chapter 14. Music Tracks > Substituting a Custom Sound for an Instrument in a M...

Substituting a Custom Sound for an Instrument in a Music Track

If you’ve got a music track, you don’t have to be satisfied with QuickTime’s built-in sound samples or even with what’s provided by a hardware synthesizer. You can use either of two methods to replace existing instruments in the music track with different sounds.

The first method involves adding a file to your operating system. This file, which can hold replacements for one or more instruments, needs to be in either of two formats: Downloadable Sound (commonly referred to as DLS) or Sound Font 2. See the sidebar “About Sound Font 2 and DLS Files” on the next page to learn more about these files.


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