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Inverted Waveform

To invert a waveform:

  1. Select “Transform > Waveform Math…”.
  2. Source 1 should be the channel to be inverted, the operation should be “*”, Source 2 should be K (constant), and the Destination should be the same channel as Source 1 (or “New” to retain the original waveform along with an inverted copy).
  3. Set the value of the Constant, K, to -1.
  4. Make sure “Transform entire wave” is checked.
  5. Click “OK”.

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