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LMMS: A Complete Guide to Dance Music Production Beginner's Guide by David Earl

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Time for action—adding a sample track

LMMS uses most standard audio files, although for uncompressed files I choose WAV files and for compressed files I use OGG VORBIS. I find these files a bit more cooperative. Let's find a sample from the Internet and add it to our session as a sample track element:

  1. Go to http://ccmixter.org/view/media/samples/browse.
  2. Using the browser, select a_minor as a way to whittle our choices down, as shown in the following screenshot:
    Time for action—adding a sample track
  3. Right-click on the downward arrow next to the itty-bitty-tiger-ditty guitar part, and choose to Save File As... to your desktop.
  4. Open Audacity. Choose File->Open... and navigate to the file on ...

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