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It's a "rewire" plug-in in the "instruments" category...if I'm remembering correctly. It's automatic for me. It's called SM Engine, or SM Eng...again, autmoatic for me.
answered Jan 26 '13 by Shaun Farley
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this one's gonna be difficult, because the metadata is contained in the header of the file (which is being altered when you convert it from one format to another). is there no process in soundminer … to handle that for you? if not, i know the support team over at soundminer is really good, maybe they can point you in the right direction. …
answered Aug 31 '10 by Shaun Farley