Posted on May 03, 2005 03:39 am
Member Since: Feb 11, 2005
Ok . . . I know that after you punch in you can go back and grab the wave where you punched in and pull it back down to meet the other part of the wave to create a seamless punch-in, but how do you grab it? I've tried and it won't let me do it. I use SONAR 3 P.E. BTW.
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May 03, 2005 11:07 am make sure you're using the select tool in track view...(looks like a mouse pointer in the bottom left of the buttons section)
highlight the clip by clicking once, then drag up, down, left or right. you'll hafta experament to find the right crossover point to get it "seemless" but if ya zoom in real close, it isn't hard to do.
hope that helps
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
May 03, 2005 10:34 pm When you mark the now time for punch in and out. Make sure you set the Snap to for Zero Crossing. This will make it seamless. Then it is a matter of just selecting that portion of the audio and bringin the level up or down to match the rest of it.
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