[Ardour-Users] Auditing individual takes, in context
glarblblarbl at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 00:25:48 PST 2010
On Mar 12, 2010, at 11:30 PM, fred wrote:
> Is it possible to have the screenshot please, your directions are clear but I can't find the playlist, maybe because of the translated thing ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Ken Restivo a écrit :
>> On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 10:47:47PM -0800, Glarbl_Blarbl wrote:
>>> It's a little late for this project, but I've found that the playlist function works well for this purpose.
>>> When you go to record a new take (if intending to keep the old ones) just click on the 'p' corresponding to the track on which you're recording in the editor view to open the playlist context menu. Then pick 'new', optionally giving it a name. Record a new take (playlist) and repeat for each take until you have enough material. When you've collected enough takes you can use the same menu to audition each one individually. I've found this to be much cleaner than patching, and allows for sophisticated 'comping' consisting of the best parts of each take. The really awesome thing about it is if you make edit groups, you can attach playlists to multiple tracks -- great for multiple takes recording live-to-multitrack.
>>> I've attached a screenshot in case my directions are unclear :)
>>> Hope this helps!
Sorry about that, I should have checked the list rules before attaching an image. My bad X-) I uploaded it to photobucket:
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