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  Edit the name of the track

  Move Track Up or Down in the display

  Traditional display of audio material. It displays the amplitude of the audio over time. This is the default display mode.
  Like Waveform, it displays the amplitude of the audio over time, but here the vertical units are not linear, but logarithmic dB units.
  Displays the frequency spectrum of the audio over time.
  Tries to detect the pitch of the current audio and displays that information over time.

  Send playback of this single channel track to the left and right channels.
  Send playback of this single channel track to the left channel.
  Send playback of single channel track to the right channel.
  The selected track and the track just beneath it are turned into linked stereo tracks, so that edits are applied synchronously to both tracks.
  Turn one pair of stereo tracks into two single channel tracks, so they can be separately edited. Note that removing audio from one track will not shorten the other track: first apply Make Stereo Track to the pair if synchronicity is to be preserved.

  Change the sample format of this track. The result is that all newly written data for that track is written in this format, no matter what format the original material was in.

  Change the sample rate of this track. When importing audio, the track sample rate is set to that of the imported material. If your project rate is different, the audio will be automatically resampled to the project rate on playback or export.

Changing the sample rate always changes the speed and pitch of the audio, so only use it for a special effect or if the audio sounds at the wrong speed and pitch.


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