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Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Soundbooth Score - "Slippery"

This download available for Adobe® Soundbooth® CS4 software is a royalty-free Soundbooth Score.

File Information

Product Soundbooth
Version 2.0
Platform Windows
File Name Slippery.zip
File Size 40.1MB
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System requirements

See the Soundbooth CS4 system requirements.

Installation Instructions

After downloading a ".zip" file, use the operating system or a utility such as WinZip or PKZIP to access the file's contents.

Need help with downloading? See our Downloading Help documents.

1. Download the ZIP file to your computer.
2. Launch Soundbooth CS4.
3. Open the Scores panel by choosing Window > Scores.
4. Click the folder icon in the Scores panel to import the score into the library.
5. In the window that appears, locate the ZIP file you downloaded and open it.
6. Your score has now been installed in Soundbooth. You may now delete or archive the downloaded ZIP file.

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