Of course this should never happen, but with 2-channels & 24-bits, there are 3 bytes per sample... The data can get scrambled (and you'll get noise) if the bytes get read in the wrong sequence, or if the software "thinks" it's reading 16-bit, etc. It doesn't take much... If you were to remove one byte from the file, all of the data after that spot would be scrambled noise.they just provide extremely loud 'white-noise',
As far as we know, the decision makers at Corel don't read this forum, and they certanly don't reply, so you're not going to get a real answer here... Maybe because although it's name is "pro" it's really "consumer software"?Why should I have to Lower my sound recording standards to fit the very latest software?
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