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Old 06-28-2000, 07:44 AM
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Default Sound Replacer

I'm looking at buying Sound Replacer but I'm not totally clear on a couple of things.

1. What format will my samples need to be in? (.wav, .aiff, etc.) So I know what sample CD's to buy.

2. Won't replacing the drum sounds get a little screwed up in the overheads? I'll still hear a bunch of the original sound. How do you guys deal with this?
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