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Old 05-13-2020, 12:41 PM
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Default Missing the beginning transient at a double take edit point

I often have a clip that holds a verse, and the end of the clip boundary marks the end of the verse. At that point I want a smooth second recording to transition to, let's say, a chorus. So I position my cursor at the clip boundary. Record enable. Add some pre-roll. Hit record and play the same part during pre-roll, so when the recorded spot kicks in, there's similar waveform and less edit noise. Though sometimes I miss the downbeat by playing a tad early. In that case I miss the transient in the second take. What can I do here? I do not see any way to fix this if the transient was just not recorded. Is my workflow common or weird for this use case?
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