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    To replace any existing audio file you must first upload your new audio file as an Additional File before you can replace it.

     

    Here's how:

    First you need to UPLOAD the new audio file. (See below for replacing with a previously uploaded file)**

    • Login to your account
    • Click Upload on the navigation bar

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    • Click Upload Additional Audio Files

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    • Click SELECT FILES TO UPLOAD to choose a file from your computer or you can drag and drop into the upload window. (Recommendation: upload only full quality files such as AIFF or WAV!)

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    Your song will appear below the upload window.
    Now you need to CONNECT this new audio file to the original file you wish to replace.
     
    • Click the Connect to Song dropdown and select the song you wish to embed new audio file to
    • Click Connect
    • Your new audio file is now uploaded and connected to the original file

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    Now that your new audio file is uploaded and connected, it's time to REPLACE the original file.

    •  Click My Songs on your dashboard or from the dropdown menu under your profile icon

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    • Click on the song you wish to edit

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    • Click the Audio Files tab on the left toolbar

    You will now see that your new audio file is connected to your track

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    **To replace with a previously uploaded file, click +Connect New Audio File and a new text box will open up. Type in the name of the audio file in the text box and it will populate.

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    • Click the File Type dropdown menu to rename your new audio file as the Full Mix and change the File Type name of your replaced audio file as an Alternate Mix or delete
    • Select new audio file to Primary (BLUE)
    • Enter a description if you wish e.g. New Mix
    • Click Save Audio Files when you are done

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