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Basic Editing

Split, move, delete, cut, copy, insert, paste, manual auto level and fade


Learn how to do simple A/B montaging and music mixing.

Insert special

When editing Phone interview you might need to edit overlapping audio. 

The overlapping audio needs to be moved and the subsequent audio needs to be in sync. 

“Insert special” takes care of this situation.


Understand the basics of a region. Move, trim and gain a region.

Snap Regions

Snap the regions to point of interest; playhead, markers, end lines.. 

Select a region or regions and hold shift + cmd + arrow keys (Apple) or shift + ctrl + arrow keys (windows) 

Region Cut

The Cut edit will only affect the region - not the entire track. 

When working on larger projects it can be tricky to edit without messing up you sync. Region Cut is one way of dealing with that. See how it works ...

Mute Region

Muting a region can be useful for trying out new versions of your mix, without deleting anything

Shuffle Trim (Slip Edit)

Shuffle trim a a editing feature where you can move the edit point of an edit without breaking the edit apart. This is useful if you need to finetune the audio edit. 

Slide audio inside region

Slide audio inside region

Sliding the audio inside the region can be used for changing the offset time of the audio inside a fixed region length.

Select to end

Select all regions on all tracks that follow the current region. 

In this tutorial you will see three ways of highlighting all following regions. 


Set the gain of a region using: mouse, keyboard or automation.

Low levels!

Sometimes a recording is too low. Learn how to gain the levels so the auto level again works.

Merge sessions

When collaborating it is possible to merge sessions to create a master session.

Faster Than Live

Live to Tape recording faster than live.

Record News with narration and clips faster than real-time. Get a Pre & Post roll of the clip and automatically continue recording. Even the levels for the clips are set while recording.

Linked Tracks

Link track together for easier editing with tracks that need to be in sync.

Linked Tracks & Edit

Links tracks together when editing on tracks that need to be in sync. 

Edit, Trim, Fade across all the linked tracks.


How to add a master-track and apply volume changes and effects to the entire session. 

Lesson 2 - Basic Edit

In this lesson we will cover some of the editing basics. How do the selection tools work? What is a Region? How do I create a fade? What is the difference between cut and clear?

Lesson 6 - Assemble

In this lesson you will learn how to assemble an audio segment. We will use the clipboard and see a number of different tricks and tips - that will speed up your work.

Lesson 7 - Advanced editing

In this lesson we will take a closer look at multitrack editing. Edit on all tracks, manipulate music and learn a few new features and shortcuts.

Time Stretch

Top & Tail

Trim the “Top & Tail” of the region.

Use Q & W to trim


Hold Shift to only apply to region.


Need 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.

Magic Levels

Magic Levels is a feature that can help you with a number of level-setting challenges. Select the problematic regions and press a single button. And it’s all non-destructive, so you can always tweak the results. 


Adaptive Levels 

Auto Mix 


Auto Duck


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