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Chapter 12. Working with Audio > Displaying Audio Waveforms

Displaying Audio Waveforms

Audio waveforms are graphical representations of your audio that can help you make precise audio edits as well as gauge the relative loudness or softness of an audio recording.

The only problem with audio waveforms is that Xpress Pro takes a long time to draw them on your screen, especially if your computer monitor is very large and you have several audio tracks. To cut down on Xpress Pro's screen-drawing time, you can tell the program to display only those waveforms between Timeline In and Out points.


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