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After I edited song in Sound Editor (Roxio 10) how do I directly transfer the edited song back into my CD project? I tried renaming it but then I can't find it again when I'm back in my CD project. It has a "DMSE" file name attached to it when you rename the song in sound editor. I even tried my desktop but then it only lets me burn it to a cd which is not what I want to do. Please advise. Thanks.

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Since I am trying to do this also,I have another question which runs along these same lines.

I noticed that after getting all your tracks into say a wma/mp3 project in Music Disc Creator,you can also edit the tracks too form an icon above.It doesn't have all of the options that pulling up the sound editor directly does. What are the differences between editing them these two different ways?

I am trying to get all of my mp3's to sound pretty much the same and have about the same volume.I did try editing them one at a time and comparing them one after the other,but they don't always sound the same,when I play them on my home system afterwards. Whats the best way to do this?

Sorry If this is lightly off your original thread ,but it was fairly similar.

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Load ALL of the MP3s into Sound Editor at once. Use 'Normalize'. Then Export each track separately.

 

From HELP File:

Normalize tracks to a consistent level: This option sets the volume of songs in an audio project to a consistent level. The level is set by selecting the check box and moving the slider left or right. A setting of 90 percent, for example, sets the volume of all tracks in the current project to 90 percent of the loudest song. Normalization is turned off by default.

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Load ALL of the MP3s into Sound Editor at once. Use 'Normalize'. Then Export each track separately.

 

From HELP File:

Normalize tracks to a consistent level: This option sets the volume of songs in an audio project to a consistent level. The level is set by selecting the check box and moving the slider left or right. A setting of 90 percent, for example, sets the volume of all tracks in the current project to 90 percent of the loudest song. Normalization is turned off by default.

 

Thanks very much ! I did take a look at the help files but wasn't sure If you could do it to all the tracks at the same time.

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After I edited song in Sound Editor (Roxio 10) how do I directly transfer the edited song back into my CD project? I tried renaming it but then I can't find it again when I'm back in my CD project. It has a "DMSE" file name attached to it when you rename the song in sound editor. I even tried my desktop but then it only lets me burn it to a cd which is not what I want to do. Please advise. Thanks.

In Sound Editor, open up the file you saved and choose to export to either a wav or mp3 and that can be added to your project.

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After I edited song in Sound Editor (Roxio 10) how do I directly transfer the edited song back into my CD project? I tried renaming it but then I can't find it again when I'm back in my CD project. It has a "DMSE" file name attached to it when you rename the song in sound editor. I even tried my desktop but then it only lets me burn it to a cd which is not what I want to do. Please advise. Thanks.

 

A "dmse" file is not a audio file but only a file containing the editing instructions Do as Paul has suggested in his post.

 

BTW, dmse most likely stands for "Digital Media Sound Editor"

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