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Question about Pro Tools

Discussion in 'Pro Tools' started by supercharry, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. supercharry

    supercharry Guest

    Can somebody exaplain why can't I import .wav audio files into my sessions? There seems to be a problem with this .wav's, I cant open .wav files in drumagog either....

    what must I do?

    thank you
     
  2. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    I may need a little more info

    could be a stereo mono thing ??

    I'll make an ASSUMPTION and jump to a specific idea
    one should never assume
    you are on a Mac ... you have recorded B-WAV files.

    I have found that many programs are not happy with the PT method of tagging a WAV file.
    AND
    why does PT use a PT icon on a Mono file when PT doesn't play the file when you accidentaly double click on it .... mmmm ?
    damed digidesign ... it never used to be like that back at PT4 and 4.3
    :x

    Use Quicktime Pro to open the file then save as or export the file as a new wav with a new name
    now you have a Quicktime WAV and things like Toast and FCP and others ... I-Tunes seems to be happier with the files

    frustrating isin't it ?

    On the PC Win Media Player also doesn't like a PT WAV file so try a similar save / export trick.

    that's all I got for now.
     
  3. CharlesDayton

    CharlesDayton Active Member

    There used to be a great program for OS9 called SoundApp PPC. With it you could convert any sound file to any other. wonder if it is around for OSX
     
  4. farside

    farside Active Member

    I was under the impression that standard wav. files dont work with drumagog?

    I know they use "gog" files, they probably need to be converted. Check out the forum of the drumagog website.
     

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