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Chapter 18.  Using Audio Effects  > Using File-based Audio Effects

Using File-based Audio Effects

File-based effects are processes that operate directly on audio clips, changing them more or less permanently. You can undo a file-based effect if you change your mind, but once you have saved your project the file is forever changed. For this reason it's common to operate on copies of audio clips so you always have the original to use.

NOTE

Before using file-based effects, clone and archive the tracks you'll be working on, following the procedures outlined in Chapter 11. Archived tracks use no resources, and if you later change your mind about the effects you applied, you can go back to the original tracks.


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