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Undertones 05-16-2010 10:32 AM

Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
I know that in Cubase I can just hold CTRL down when moving a region down to another track, this way it will maintain its position no matter if grid snap is on or off. Is there a similar function in PT?

daveoverreal 05-16-2010 10:45 AM

Re: Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
Highlight the region with the handgrabber, and hold down the windows key (ctrl if on mac) then drag it. This will keep it sample accurate.
I think thats what you meant anyway!

daveoverreal 05-16-2010 10:48 AM

Re: Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
....and if you want to copy it rather than just move hold down alt at the same time as well

albee1952 05-16-2010 09:10 PM

Re: Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
You could also highlight the region and CUT, then arrow up/down(the "P" and ";" keys) to the destination and then paste.

federico 03-24-2020 08:41 PM

Re: Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by daveoverreal (Post 1609278)
Highlight the region with the handgrabber, and hold down the windows key (ctrl if on mac) then drag it. This will keep it sample accurate.
I think thats what you meant anyway!


Hi, I just wanna add that this method works if you have it on grid mode, if you have it on slip mode it will move undesirably, if that's what you want.

basslik 04-07-2020 08:20 PM

Re: Moving regions to different tracks without altering region position.
 
How about if you lock the regions, then move them, won't they stay in their timeline position if you move them to another track ?


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