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Chapter 10. Working with Regions > Tabbing to Transients

Tabbing to Transients

The Tab to Transients button automatically locates the cursor to the next transient peak in an audio waveform. A transient is a sound—such as a drum hit, a piano note, or a guitar strum—that occurs for a brief time period. The transient peak is the instance of strongest attack in the transient. For example, a snare drum hit consists of a strong initial attack—a transient peak—followed by a period of decay.

Tabbing to transients is quite handy for locating the precise start and end point of audio regions.


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