Have you tried trimming?
- select range 0 to 100 ms.
2017-04-12 7:03 GMT+02:00, Jacob Kruger <jacob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
I might be confused, but, I would just use something like home to set
cursor position/selection to beginning of track, then shift + end to
select to end of track, and, then use [ to bring up the start of
selection dialogue, set it to 100 milliseconds, and then use delete key
to wipe out that part?
"Resistance is futile, but, acceptance is versatile..."
On 2017-04-12 06:35, Rich De Steno wrote:
Hi, although I have extensive experience with Audacity, this issue is
I record a very short track, maybe one second
I want to shorten it to let's say 100 milliseconds
I press the left square bracket for the time-set interface and set the
time to 100 milliseconds, and press OK
I assume now that the cursor is at the 100 milliseconds point
I make sure the track is selected
I press Shift k to select from the 100-millisecond cursor point to the
I press the delete key
The track does not get shortened, it is the same full length
What am I doing wrong here and how do I shorten the track to 100
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