Hi all, I have a .wav track that has a glitch in it that needs to be removed. I've done a little investigating, and I'm pretty sure it's a single errant sample in the .wav file. What's the best way to de-glitch this track? I thought of three possibilites so far. One is, bring the volume down and back up again "real fast", hopefully that'll work without creating an additional audible "pop" in the note. Second is, copy a smidgeon of the surrounding note over the glitch. Third is, use a .wav file line item editor to manually correct the glitch. What's the best way, or how would you do this?