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Error: You do not have the proper license to use the following protected WMA file


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I'm just getting started. I recorded an hour's worth of music from an LP into SoundEditor. I was able to enhance and equalize it the way I wanted it. Now when I open the project from the file menu I get a message "You do not have the proper license". What did I do wrong?

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I would think that if EMC SoundEditor accepted the file and the OP was able to actually edit it in some way and save it after editing, that it should have worked. However, Bruce is really right about capturing the file in SoundEditore as a WAV file, and save it as such. That's a much better approach to capturing your LP's audio. I have captured probably 500 or more of my LP's using that method and they all sound great.

 

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I'm just getting started. I recorded an hour's worth of music from an LP into SoundEditor. I was able to enhance and equalize it the way I wanted it. Now when I open the project from the file menu I get a message "You do not have the proper license". What did I do wrong?

 

You captured in a low quality format like WMA? Why? If you are capturing from an LP, you should capture as .wav files. You can always convert them to whatever else that you want, later.

 

If you are going to make CD's out of those captured LP's like I do, you sure won't be liking a low quality.

 

Try capturing a cut or two as .wav files, and see if you have the same problem. I don't think you actually did anything wrong.

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