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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Audacity question

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eagleisland - Posted - 02/23/2008:  13:12:03

I just finished mixing down a track of my band doing Old Joe Clark (available on my home page). Did a fair amount of cutting, pasting and cross-fading - and ended up using about four stereo tracks (total of eight tracks) to do so. It came out fairly well, but it would seem that I should've been able to do the whole thing with four tracks, mixed down to one pair.

This is because if I pasted a chunk into an existing track, it would butt it self up against the last data in that track - and if I tried to time shift it, it would pull everything on that track along with it.

Can you maneuver different pieces in an individual track? If so, how is it done? Is there a way to 'bounce' a segment into another track and have it hold its position in the overall piece?


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