Deleting a sound data, Managing sound data – Sony PEG-T615C User Manual
To stop playback
If the sound data are hard to hear
Lower the sound level of the original sound data, then transfer the
data to your CLIÉ handheld again.
Delete the sound data (see the following section for details).
Perform steps 1 to 2 on page 77.
Click the desired data from the data list.
From the Edit menu, click Conversion Volume Control.
The Conversion Volume Control window is displayed.
Adjust the volume by sliding the volume bar.
Perform steps 3 to 7 on page 77.
• It is not guaranteed that all the sound data become easier to hear with the
• The tone of MIDI format sound data may sound different when played back on
the CLIÉ handheld.
Note on sound data
The playback sound may be distorted depending on its tone and volume.
Deleting a sound data
You can delete unnecessary sound data from your CLIÉ handheld.
From the Sound Utility window, tap the desired sound
data in the data list, then tap Delete.
The Delete Sound Data dialog box appears.
The selected data is deleted, and the data list is updated.
All sound data are stored as two sound files (SMF file, PCM file) in your CLIÉ
handheld according to the data type. In case you delete the sound data by
mistake, it is recommended to back up these two files. For details, see the
Operating Instructions manual provided in the supplied CD-ROM.
Managing sound data