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Chapter 10. Editing Audio

One of the real breakthroughs of the computer music revolution is the ability to dissect and manipulate audio recordings down to the level of a single sample. Some folks blame this editing magic for the proliferation of talentless-but-cute pop stars who are fixed and tuned and polished by skilled engineers in order to sell records, and there may be some truth to that! At the same time, giving creative musicians more efficient tools with which to make music is never really a bad thing. In this chapter you'll experience the power of digital audio editing as you learn to:

  • Scrub clips to find audio event

  • Use SONAR's Grid for precise editing

  • Split audio clips

  • Select partial clips

  • Slip-edit audio clips

  • Create fades and crossfades

  • Use destructive processes on clips


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