[Ardour-Users] Segments on the exact time they were recorded
csanchezgs at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 09:30:30 PDT 2015
2015-08-19 13:17 GMT+02:00 Colin Fletcher <colin.m.fletcher at googlemail.com>:
> On 17/08/15 19:55, Carlos sanchiavedraZ wrote:
> > Hello dear all.
> > I have an Ardour project where I recorded some instruments as a reference
> > and last I recorded drums in several takes.
> > For whatever reason, there are saved sessions/snapshots of the state
> > each recording session but there is no session saved after drums session.
> > However, I can see segments of all the sound tests and drums takes in the
> > Region Segment Tab, and I can see in this tab that every of them has its
> > timestamp on the proper column.
> > I would like to put all those segments in tracks in the exact timestamp
> > were recorded, so I can continue with the project. I could do it
> > dragging, dropping and locating each segment where its timestamp
> > but it would be really tedious and laborious.
> > I've checked segments' right click options on this tab in different
> > versions and don't see anything like this.
> > I wonder if there is any way to do this.
> Hi Carlos,
> If you drag the regions from the tab into their tracks first, then you
> can use 'Move to Original Position' in the 'Position' sub-menu of the
> region context menu. If you select multiple regions you can apply to all
> of them via right-click & 'Selected Regions', so you can drag them all
> first, and then put them all in the right places.
> There might be a way to do this all in one operation, but if there is, I
> don't know it either.
> Does that do what you need?
That seems really nice, didn't recall about that option. It surely saves
Thanks so much for your response, Colin. I'll give it a try.
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