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Chapter 10. Working with Regions > Selecting Regions

Selecting Regions

The Selector tool in the Edit window lets you select portions of audio regions within individual tracks. Using the proper technique to select regions is key to making smooth, noise-free edits.

Editing waveforms

When you select a portion of an audio region in Waveform view, make sure that your selection does not begin or end at a point of high waveform amplitude. This can introduce audible clicks and pops at the boundaries of a newly created region. Instead, make sure your selections begin and end as close as possible to a zero crossing. A zero crossing is a point where the waveform crosses its center line, and the waveform’s amplitude is zero (Figure 10.6).


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