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Lesson 7. Advanced Audio Editing > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • Parts can be extended or repaired by cutting and pasting similar material.

  • Logic's dragging behavior can be changed to suit the editing need.

  • Cross fades can smooth out edit seams and can be placed automatically or manually over Regions.

  • A composite track is made up of material taken from contributing takes.

  • Consistent audio output and view levels help in comparing audio material.

  • Isolating material for a composite track is done quickly by slicing up Regions and muting unwanted material.

  • It is necessary to combine the desired contributing material onto a single track to create cross fades and adjust edit seams.

  • The Sample Editor allows extremely fine edits and adjustments to an Audio Region.

  • Digital clicks and spikes can be eliminated in the Sample Editor with the Pencil tool.


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