The sound tab for the Frame Properties opens to show the current sound being used. Any of the sounds in the library can be selected from "Sound" dropdown and modified. Along side the sound being modified is a description of the original sound file. In the example on the previous page the sound file "Drumroll.wav" is broadcasting at 11kHz, the sound is Mono, is sample rate of 8 Bit and is 19.4 kB in size. This sound is not CD quality. To have CD quality sound the sample rate must be 44kHz. Often, lower broadcast levels can have the same effect as higher one, plus create much smaller export files.
The two graphical sound waves visually represent the right and left speaker. The top graphic is the right speaker and the bottom graphic is the left speaker. Across the bottom of each graphic is a scroll bar that can be dragged to any point of the sound file. The default measurement for the sound clip is in seconds. This can be changed to frames by selecting the frame icon.
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