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Knowledgebase: Song Surgeon > Version 3
Version 3 - Clicking sound on cut and paste
Posted by James Todd (Import), Last modified by James Todd (Import) on 15 June 2012 06:46 PM

This probably due to where you are making the cut.  You need to cut and paste at points where there is silence or the wave form is flat.  I have experienced the same thing using a professional Yamaha recording device, when trying to cut and paste a section of a file. 

After performing your operation, if you still hear a click you may need to zoom in using the 1-2 second zoom operation and at the point where the click occurs, select a very small area of the wave form that encompasses this click and insert silence.

One other way to deal with this is to select a small area of the wav form data preceding the actual cut point and apply the fade out option.  This will apply a linear volume decrease to the selected area, resulting in 0 volume at its end.  If you cut at this point, where there is no volume (silence) this should help eliminate the clicking.

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