At 10:59 PM 6/27/2019, Andrew Downie wrote:
>Apologies if I have complicated the process by referring to Align Tracks.
>It still may be useful, but the clip movement facilities that David
>enlightened us about is much more important for what you want to achieve.
Yes indeed, but thanks for explaining track alignment to me.
>But here is an explanation, as aligning tracks can be a valuable feature.
>The following will use the Align to Cursor/Selection Start option as an
>example and it is also the one you may need.
>Let's assume you have a recording on track 1 that runs for several minutes.
>You have some music on track 2 that starts at the beginning of the track and
>you want it to start at the 30 second mark. With track 1 selected and track
>2 not selected, move to the point where you want the music to start.
>Deselect track 1 and arrow down to track 2 and select the track. From the
>tracks Menu select Align Tracks and then Align to Cursor/Selection. The
>quick way to do that is alt-t followed by a and followed by c. Track 2 will
>move forward to the cursor position.
Would track 2 then had 30 seconds of empty space or would it start at the 30-second mark?
Orlando Enrique Fiol
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University of Pennsylvania: November, 2018
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