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Lesson 8. Recording > Punch-Recording

Punch-Recording

Punching in and out on a recording is a concept that goes back to traditional analogue multitrack recorders. This is not something that your typical consumer tape deck can do. The basic idea is that you may want to play the track you've just recorded up to a certain point, then start recording, and then revert back to playback, in one continuous process. This is handy for replacing certain parts of a track that don't sound right. Trying to record right at the offendingpart (as in the past exercise) makes it difficult to hear and feel the context of the part you are trying to replace.

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Only the tracks that are record-enabled will be affected by punching.



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