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Len_Jacobson wrote:Problem Solved!!
Mike explained to me that the problem I was having was called "clipping". He said that with digital audio tracks, if the volume is too high, the amplitude of the waveform will actually drop from the maximum value down to zero, causing the sound to appear to have static in it.
The solution was simple. In "Timeline" view of the waveform for the audio track, click on the waveform, after which a blue rectangular "box" will appear around the waveform. Place the cursor over the top edge of the blue box, see that the cursor changes to two horizontal parallel lines, and then "grab" that line (by left-clicking on the mouse), and drag it down slightly so that the waveform no longer touches the top (and bottom) of the blue box.
After I did that, the clipping was gone.