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Chapter 14.  Recording MIDI Tracks  > Punch Recording MIDI

Punch Recording MIDI

Just as you were able to "punch in" and replace portions of audio recordings, you can do the same with MIDI recordings. Once you get the hang of this technique, it's far more efficient than re-recording an entire section.

Using Auto-Punch

Auto-Punch lets you specify exactly where you want to punch in and out, right down to the split second. This is more convenient and far more accurate than punching in and out manually, but it only lets you do one punch selection at a time.


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