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  1. Hi - I use Cubase 6 Lite to create a radio program. I have until now always been doing a final mix of the show in cubase and then a conversion of the finished show to mp3 using a very old copy of Roxio Easy Media Creator, both programs Cubase and Roxio running on an old XP machine. It all worked flawlessly. I produce my radio program in cubase, export a mix of the show to a WAV file, fly that into Roxio and do some global edits and then convert to mp3 in Roxio and send out to the radio station. I have recently switched to a Windows 7 machine and purchased Roxio Easy CD and DVD ( red box ) to have access to the Roxio Audio Editor, but the audio editor won't see the WAV files cubase creates. It tells me the WAV file is not a supported format. Whaaaat? Cubase is working perfectly. Windows 7 machine is fine. What is up with Roxio that it doesn't see the WAV files? For the moment I am using iTunes to convert to mp3, but I want to use Roxio so I can edit. I could edit in Cubase but Roxio is simpler. Why doesn't Roxio see the WAV files created in Cubase 6 Lite? Thanks, Carl
  2. Hi - I installed Easy CD& DVD to my Win 7 machine - no problem... Connected outputs from a cassett tape deck to a Mackie Mixer 1202 as a preamp and varified that the program is present at the headphone output of the Mackie Next: Connected headphone output on my mixer to the mic/line in on the computer, and made sure volume is up - but Roxio doesn't see the input However, Roxio hears the Built in internal mic on the laptop... that is recognized by the computer and I can speak and record that signal in roxio just fine... but when i select the "stereo mix" input on Roxio ( which the input source i assume i am suppossed to use ) there is no signal present for Roxio to record - and the cassett deck is definitely giving out signal HELP PLEASE - what am I doing wrong - why does Roxio not hear the tape deck? Thanks, Carl