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I have a problem when I stored some Mp3 files on Dropbox. as I bring these files into Auria they come out slower and in a lower pitch. All I do is import the into Auria and after it converts these files it never comes out like the original MP3. Is this a known problem or am I doing something wrong? These files are Karaoke Backrounds of songs from YouTube.
Most MP3 files use a 44100 sample rate. It's possible that those MP3 files are at a different sample rate. Just make sure when you import MP3 files, they are 44100 MP3 files, and you should have no problems. You can use another program like Sound Forge or WaveLab to convert them if they're non-standard.
Thank You Rim. When I bring them into Garage Band they are fine but I will check the Rate. Have another question for you which is the best and quickest method for getting my recorded tracks back and forth from Auria and Garage Band. Copy and Paste does not work.
The best way to do this is by exporting the GarageBand files using iTunes File Sharing. Then import them back into Auria using the same thing. You'll need your computer to do it, as GarageBand doesn't support anything like audioCopy/Paste.
I have the same issue with the slow and low imported audio. I noticed it when importing from Multitrack DAW. I just assumed it was because of the sample rate issue, but I couldn't figure it out. Both projects were 44100. I just assumed it was because of something else I did wrong and I was too embarrassed to post it here because I felt like it was probably a noob problem. I'm still feeling that way, but thought I'd echo the previous commenters issue.
Yes, that's exactly what I was talking about. AudioCopy/Paste from MultiDAW. Awesome. Very happy to hear that there is an outside chance this wasn't just due to me being dumb (I still haven't ruled it out completely). Thanks, Rim.
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