At 10:08 PM 6/27/2019, Andrew Downie wrote:
>Orlando, as long as you start with the tracks reasonably well aligned, you
>should not have too much trouble making the adjustment. As David said,
>adjusting zoom level will determine how much each key press causes the clip
I'm confident I can get the tracks pretty well aligned before fine tuning their synchronization. But what's with this track align menu item?
>The process I described above will not let you move a clip if it is butted
>up against an adjacent clip. That is different to Reaper, which will allow
>an item to trample over an adjacent item.
That's a noteworthy difference.
>>Re the align tracks option, you will find several possibilities. I suspect
>you will want to align to cursor if a big adjustment is needed. Then tweak
>by moving the clip.
Hmmm. I will either have to do lots of redaction on the soundboard recording
or mind how I paste in the commercial released portions. Either way, I'm excited to do something this ambitious.
Orlando Enrique Fiol
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University of Pennsylvania: November, 2018
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