Sorry for this (perhaps) newbie question, but I believe I have misunderstood
something for ages regarding Audacity, so can someone please tell me how the
following is possible?
I have given the 2.1 release of Audacity a testdrive on my Mac, and it works
quite well so far, so these questions can hopefuly be answered by anyone...
I imported three files to Audacity and selected two of the three tracks. Now
everytime I remove something from the selected tracks it just works without
having to synclock tracks... Why is that?
I thought I had to synclock tracks before making that kind of edits.., but it
looks like something has changed much here since I last played with Audacity
for real. :)
Why should one now use the synclock tracks option if Audacity does this by
Another thing, which I always forget when I revisit Audacity is why the cursor
jumps to the start of an edit... Suppose I have deleted a few seconds into a
file and when I playback the audio, I hear from the position of my edit. I have
to press the left arrow and then move the cursor backwards again to hear more
of the audio... Can I change this or how did some of you get use to this?
Thanks in advance fonyr advice.
Best regards Thomas
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