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Old 06-09-2006, 06:29 AM
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Hey,

I think I used to know how to do this long long ago, but can't find info in it in the manual (it may be in there, but I just can't find it). OK here's the question:

Is there a modifier key to hold down when copying regions in the edit window (using the opt/alt key and dragging a region) so that the automation data does NOT come over with the copy of the region?

I move a lot of regions around like this, and I usually do not want the automation data to be copied to the new region. I tried a few keys but they did not do what I wanted.

I recall there was a key that would surpress the breakpoints at the edges of the regions too, but I'm not sure what it was either (ctl?). Perhaps this is all we have?

Thanks!
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Old 06-09-2006, 02:36 PM
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I move a lot of regions around like this, and I usually do not want the automation data to be copied to the new region.
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I recall there was a key that would surpress the breakpoints at the edges of the regions too, but I'm not sure what it was either (ctl?).
I always thought that this was just simply a bi-product of Pro Tools Editing, something that not even "Special Clear>All Automation" takes care of.




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Old 06-16-2006, 11:37 AM
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Default Re: SImple editing question

Brilliant, cheers man. I'll track down that option. This should speed up my edits.

All the best,
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Old 06-16-2006, 04:34 PM
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filosofem I always thought that this was just simply a bi-product of Pro Tools Editing, something that not even "Special Clear>All Automation" takes care of.
It would be nice if someone could clarify, why this is and how to prevent this.

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