Selection in & out
Ctrl 1 & Ctrl 2To edit audio you need to select an area for editing. This can be used cutting out words, copying audio or any other edit you can think of.
Selection - drag
To edit audio you need to select an area for editing. This can be used cutting out words, copying audio or any other edit you can think of.
A region can be manipulated in a number of ways; gain, trim and fade.
Select - region
Click regionSelect a region to edit the entire region. Add fades or any edit function, like Cut, Copy & Paste.
Select - regions
Ctrl + Click regionSelect multiple regions for editing. Cut, Copy & Paste or move the regions around
Select - more regions
Shift + Click region“Expand region selection” is used for adding additional regions to a selection. Use this for adding an edit to all regions
Select - regions on track
Ctrl + ASelect all the regions on one track
Select - all regions
Alt + Ctrl + ASelect all the regions on all tracks
Select - to end
Shift + EndSelect all the regions from the current region to the last region
Select - to home
Shift + HomeSelect all the regions from the current region to the first region
Selection - remove
EscClear any selection by pressing the ESC key or double-clicking in a empty area in the workspace
Ctrl + GGroup regions together to move the around as a group
Ctrl + GUngroup regions to edit individual region
Select - gap
Triple-click Select the empty space between two regions
Link tracks together. Unlink them at any time.
Select all to end
Ctrl + Alt + Click Region Select all regions on all tracks that follow the current region.
Region Cut (aka The Lasse Edfast)
Shift + Ctrl + XThe Cut edit will only affect the region - not the entire track
Shuffle Trim (Slip Edit)
shift + Ctrl + MouseMove the edit point without breaking the edit apart
Slide audio inside region
Shift + Ctrl + MouseSliding the audio inside the region
Shift + Ctrl+ MNeed to tidy up the many edits you have done? Now you can merge them all together to one smart region. This is all non destructive and editable.