[ddots-l] Re: sinking up tracks

Shaun! I do this all the time, simply by using the copy and paste feature.

dave
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Satauna Howery" <sthowery@xxxxxxx>
To: <ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2005 6:55 AM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: sinking up tracks


> Hi, Shawn.  I just completed a nine-track project in which I did exactly
> what you're talking about.  I'm using Sonar 3 Studio with Jaws 5.1.  I see
> nothing about a nudge feature, but I used the slide dialog and the
> insert/delete time dialogs to bring all the tracks into sync.  I still
have
> my hair, but it was a time consuming piece of work! What I've got is a
> 20-year-old analog beast with many tapes of projects which I intend to
> digitize! I did this nine-track run as a test to see just what a headache
I
> could bring on, and to give myself an opportunity to play with many
features
> in Sonar because it's still new to me.  I've learned that while I can sit
> around getting the timing just right, it would be better to figure out if
I
> can use the SMPTE out on my board.  I also have the limitation of a sound
> card that only has two ins, so rectifying that would greatly improve the
> process for me!
>
> If you use the slide dialog, remember to check your from and through times
> often! Inserting time will insert at the point you've stopped playback,
but
> slide expects you to select a from time.  If you do multiple slides and
> don't redefine your desired slide position, you'll create an interesting
> sound that is likely to cause a torrent of expletives to come streaming
from
> your mouth when you realize what you've done.  Have fun!
>
> Satauna
>
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