yeah no worries Rob. I thought that may be the case. All good.
I do also have another question about the bell sound in SR that you get to
alert that a process has finished. Is it possible for me to turn the sound of
this down at all. It’s just that I use head phones for editing at times, and
when dealing with a recording that is a bit low in level, the bell sound can be
quite loud, as it’s probably at 0 DB, and my content often is lower than this.
I do have system sounds not coming through my interface, But the s R bell still
comes through the interface. I assume because it is an S R sound.I did wonder
if that sound is in the program files of s r and if I could just load it up
into studio recorder and turn it down by 3 or 4 DB
Any thoughts would be great. But once again, it’s not a big issue.
On 4 Mar 2021, at 11:59 pm, Rob Meredith
The decision was made last year to not support AAC (M4A) files. It really came
down to licensing.
on behalf of Steve Sparrow
Sent: Thursday, March 4, 2021 7:48 AM
Subject: [studiorecorder] question for Rob
Hey Rob. I have used studio recorder for radio production work for many years,
and it works so well.
I do have a question about support for M4a files
Is there any possible plans for support of M4A files in studio recorder. Some
times we have to deal with m4a files at the station. People sometimes record
reports on there phones, and send them in to the production team. At the moment
we have to convert these files in soond forge or gold wave, before we can use
them in studio recorder. So I was wondering if at some stage you may be able to
add support of these files.
I totally understand if this is not possible. We will continue to use studio
record as it is very good for stereo two track recording, doing running edits,
and mixing files together.