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Chapter 7. Looping Sound > Using a Loop in a Multitrack Composition

Using a Loop in a Multitrack Composition

When you've created your loop, the next step will likely be using it in a multitrack composition. Looped percussion tracks, in particular, make an ideal foundation upon which you can pile various other sounds and instruments. To begin, you need to move your new loop file from Edit View, where it was created and refined, into Multitrack view.

To move your loop into Multitrack view

  • With your loop file open, do one of the following:

    • Choose Edit > Insert in Multitrack (or press Ctrl+M).

    • Right-click the waveform and select Insert in Multitrack from the pop-up menu.

    You'll see Audition's Multitrack view, and your loop file will be there, complete with loop icon (Figure 7.10). You can click the tab at the bottom right and drag your file across the display window to repeat the loop as many times as you wish.

    Figure 7.10. Once you've brought your loop file into Multitrack view, you can click the bottom-right Corner tab and drag your file across the display window to repeat it as many times as you wish.



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