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Chapter 10.  Editing Audio  > Slip-Editing a Clip

Slip-Editing a Clip

The term slip-editing refers to the process of trimming a clip non-destructively. In SONAR this is accomplished simply by grabbing one end of a clip and dragging it to make the clip shorter. The technique is the same one we used to "roll out" loops and groove clips, but slip-editing is usually used to reduce the length of a clip. You can lengthen a clip, but if the clip is not looped you may only add silence to the end of the clip. Note that the only Snap to Grid option that applies to slip-editing is Snap to Zero Crossings.




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