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It is not possible to transcode MIDI files in another audio format directly or to create an audio CD with them. In order to handle this issue please follow these steps:

  • Put your Soundcard into record mode

  • Doubleclick on the speaker symbol in the task tray

  • Go to Options – properties - mark the Record tab (be sure to choose the wavemix, stereomix or "What you hear" option, depending of your soundcard)

  • Open and prepare Nero WaveEditor
    - Activate the record button.
    - Make sure that the incoming signal is not distorted.
    - Disable the digital monitoring.
    - Start the record.


Playback the midi files with Nero Showtime. They will now be recorded with the WaveEditor.
Edit now the recorded file (cutting the silence at the beginning, compress, normalize and so on) and save it in the suitable audio format (wav, mp3, mp4 etc.).
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Nero SoundTrax: Insert the audio track into Nero SoundTrax. Make a right click on the blue range above the first track. Now choose "Insert CD-Tracksplit".

Nero WaveEditor: Open the audio file with Nero WaveEditor Make a click on the location you want to insert a track split. Now choose "Edit", "Insert Tracksplit". With the function "Save Tracks as file(s)" you will be able to save the splitted files.
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At the moment you are able to record 2GB of data. The length of your recording depends on the quality setting and codec you are using.
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Unlike Windows XP, Windows Vista recognizes every input option of your sound card as a separate device. Therefore, you first have to select the desired sound card input in the "Device Settings". To do so, please proceed as follows:
Open Nero WaveEditor/Nero SoundTrax and then select the "Options" → "Device Settings" entries in the menu bar.
→ The "Device Settings" window will open.
You can now select the desired input device.
After that, the Master Volume entry in the Recording Console represents the input device selected in the Device Settings window.
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Nero WaveEditor is a program for editing and recording audio files. The various filtering and sound optimization methods allow you to create individual audio files quickly and easily
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The Nero MediaPlayer is not included in Nero 7 anymore. The features of this application are now provided by Nero ShowTime.
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A Low Frequency Effect channel is used for transmitting low frequency sound via a special low frequency channel that is specially reduced in its bandwidth. The bandwidth is limited to the bases and thus to frequencies between 20 Hz and 100 Hz. The LFE channel is used in various multi-channel sound systems. Because of its limited bandwidth it is not counted as a full channel in the designation of multi-channel sound system but as a suffix marked as "1"(e.g. 5.1).
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Open the audio file you want to work with using the application Nero WaveEditor and highlight the part of the audio file you want to edit with your effect (CTRL+A marks the whole file).

Now you can pre-listen the chosen effect. By clicking OK the effect will be set to the highlighted parts of the audio file. Now you can save this file with the effect on it.
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Normalizing in audio technology is the process whereby analog and/or digital audio data is raised to a uniform volume level.
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A filter is a system that links an input signal with a transmission function and makes this changed signal available at its output. A filter with infinite pulse response (IIR filter) uses the input values as well as buffered values of the output signal.
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The Audio Interchange File Format is an uncompressed audio file format from Apple® and represents a sort of counterpart to the WAV format from Microsoft. Files are larger than when using a compressed format, but the quality is higher. AIFF compressed is the compressed variation.
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Bit rate refers to the amount of data (binary digits) that is transmitted within a time unit
(generally 1 second), i.e. in bits/s. The higher the bit rate, the better the image quality.
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The sample rate indicates the frequency with which a signal is sampled per interval of time. It is measured in sampling values per second. The higher the sample rate the more precise the measurement, and the better the audio quality.
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A filter is a system that links an input signal with a transmission function and makes this changed signal available at its output. With a filter with finite pulse response (FIR filter) the output signal is made up of several partially buffered values of the input signal.
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The WAV audio format, also called WAVE or Waveform audio format, is an audio format from Microsoft and uses no data compression. WAV is the counterpart to the AIF format from Apple.
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Bit depth indicates the precision with which an oscillation vibration will be captured.
The greater the value, the more accurate is the acquisition and the better is the audio quality.
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The frequency denotes the oscillations per second of an electrical or magnetic field. With
audio files this means that the frequency increases with rising pitch. The unit is Hertz (Hz).
The highest magnitude of oscillation is called the amplitude.
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Noise shaping is a process in which the noise of a digital signal is more strongly concentrated in certain frequency ranges. The noise is thus displaced into frequency ranges that are irrelevant for further signal processing. These frequency ranges can subsequently be damped with the aid of various filters and in this way the noise is suppressed.
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Yes, you can use both Nero audio applications (Nero Wave Editor and Nero Soundtrax) to record streaming audio. Please note that your soundcard needs to support this feature.
The procedure for recording audio streams depends on the operating system.
Please proceed as follows to record audio streams:

Windows XP:

- Open Nero WaveEditor or Nero SoundTrax.
- Click the "Options" "Device Settings" entries in the menu bar.
- Select your sound card in the "Input device" drop-down menu and confirm with "OK".
- Click the "Audio" "Record" entries in the menu bar to open the "Recording Console".
- Select the desired sample format and confirm with "OK".
- Go to "Audio Input Line" and select the "Stereomix", "WaveMix" or "What you hear" option from your sound card (not all sound cards offer these functions).
- Now you should be able to record audio streams.


Windows Vista/Windows 7:

- Open Nero WaveEditor or Nero SoundTrax.
- Now click the "Options" "Device Settings" entries in the menu bar.
- Go to "Input Device" and select the "Stereomix", "WaveMix" or "What you hear" option from your sound card and confirm with "OK".
- Click "Audio" "Record" to open the "Recording Console".
- Now you should be able to record audio streams.

Please note that you should usually be able to select the "Stereomix", "Wavemix" or "What you hear" option in the "Input Devices" drop-down list so that you can record a stream. If this option is not dis-played then it might be deactivated by default.
To activate it, proceed as follows:

Open the Control Panel (in "Classic View" mode).
Double-click the "Sound" icon.
Click the "Recording" tab.
Here you can see the currently activated devices.
Right-click in the field to open the context menu. Select "Show Disabled Devices".

Now the list should allow you to select the "Stereo Mix", "Wave Mix" or "What You Hear" option. Select the disabled option and right-click on it to select "Enable".

Now open Nero WaveEditor or Nero SoundTrax and select the option as input device in "Options" "Device Settings".
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The recording options in Nero WaveEditor and Nero SoundTrax are displayed differently in Windows XP and Windows Vista/Windows 7.

In Windows XP the sound card is seen as one device. Therefore, selecting a device will allow you to access all input options in the recording console.

In Windows Vista/Windows 7 every input option is seen as a separate device. Therefore, the sound card input option must first be selected in "Device Settings".
You get to this window by clicking the "Options" "Device Settings" entries in the menu bar.
In this window, select the preferred "Input Device".
After that, the "Master Volume" entry in the recording console represents the input device selected in the "Device Settings" window.
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It is likely that you have selected the wrong input/output device (probably the Wave Mapper).

Please proceed with the following steps to select the correct input/output device:

1. Open Nero SoundTrax or Nero WaveEditor (depending on which application you want to use).
2. Click "Options" "Device Settings".
3. A drop-down menu for the input devices and one for the output devices will appear.
Open the respective drop-down menu and select your real sound card and/or speakers and click "OK".

The issue should now be resolved.
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