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Old 10-16-2005, 07:49 PM
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Default good way to get rid of popping noise (clipping)

sorry for double post, posted the other one in wrong section

Im new to protools, just got it yesterday, however I am some what experienced with recording. My quesiton is, after recording an audio track and u want you're recording to fit into a sertain amount of bars....what is the best technique so that you dont need to use fades to hide the clipping noises after trimming?

P.S. I understand that you need to trim the wave in the audio when it crosses 0...but is there better/faster way of doing this? thanks to anyone who can help.
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