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Chapter 11.  Managing Audio  > Cloning a Track

Cloning a Track

Cloning a track is exactly what it sounds like—making an identical copy, including all clips, effects, and settings. By itself, all it does is reinforce the original track, making it slightly louder without changing the sound at all. Delay the clone slightly and pan it to one side, though, and the interaction becomes more complex. You can vary the effects and edits on the clone and do all sorts of things to add variety to the sound. Another great use for a clone is as a safety copy before you start doing complex or destructive edits to the original. Just clone a track, archive the original or the clone (since they're identical, it doesn't matter which), and go wild!




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