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Chapter 27. Recording and Editing Live Audio > Editing Real Instrument Regions

27.3. Editing Real Instrument Regions

When it comes to editing, Real Instrument regions don't offer nearly as much flexibility as Software Instruments. Real Instrument regions are digital recordings of live performances; you can't very well correct a wrong note, boost the emphasis of a sung word, shift the performance in pitch, draw in new notes, or have any of the kind of fun described in Chapter 26.

Still, as Chapter 25 makes clear, you can massage any kind of region—Real or not—in a number of useful ways. You can chop them up, rejoin them, drag them around in time, copy and paste them, and so on.


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