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Old 10-18-2005, 07:35 PM
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Hi duc

I have a vocal track that I've chopped a bunch of stuff out of (noise and the like) so the track has like 10 regions on it now. I'd like to run the gain command on the entire track, destructively editing the original file but I'd like to keep all my chopped regions. Is there a way other than opening it in another editor, adjusting the gain and saving the file? Doing that is no big deal, I'm just wondering if there's a way to do it directly in PT.

I'm afraid I'm not asking this correctly. hopefully some one knows what in the hell I'm talking about.

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Just consolidate the track -- you can delete the old track later -- disk space is cheap.

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Old 10-18-2005, 09:25 PM
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Like Rail said, consolidate the track. (alt + shift + 3)

When I have to do this and want to save the regions and keep them intact like you mentioned, I'll duplicate what I have before consolidating and just move the dup down the timeline far enough away from what I'm producing so it doesn't get in the way. Probably better ways to do it, but that works for me.
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Old 10-19-2005, 08:58 AM
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You could choose, duplicate playlist. Then you would have the chopped up bits and the consolidated bits alligned timewise, and then just switch playlist if you have to go back to the original stuff. That is also a clever way of keeping the original recorded stuff on one playlist and have a new playlist for each audiosuite you do so you can easily go back to the original.
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You could choose, duplicate playlist.
That's the ticket. right in front of ma face. I should be able to destructively edit the original entire file on a separate playlist and the other playlists will reflect the wave changes. I think.

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