[Ardour-Users] click free editing and zero crossings?

Thomas Vecchione seablaede at gmail.com
Thu May 20 11:32:54 PDT 2010

On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 1:54 PM, John Emmas <johne53 at tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> Well my particular expertise is in dialogue editing where I guess that the
> equivalent of a beat would be to edit at the start of words.  But I can
> assure you that editing mid-word is every bit as common as editing on a
> transient (start of word).
> It's certainly easier to edit on a transient - not least because it's much
> less likely to disturb the rhythm of the material (whether music or speech).
>  But editing on a transient is by no means essential for producing an
> inaudible edit.  Nor is any masking necessary if you can apply a suitable
> crossfade cleanly.
Yea after all the busting I did on others for assuming music was the only
target I just did it in my conversation with you:)  Somewhere around here I
suppose there is a kettle for me...

Anyways yes you would be correct, the start of the word, or at least the
hard consanant values would be the equivalent of what I was trying to
describe I believe.  I try to avoid mid-word editing as much as possible
myself though, I just redo a sentence here or there as I need to.

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