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Old 02-03-2023, 07:25 AM
bonzerboy bonzerboy is offline
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Default Cleaning up tracks

I get the idea of trimming a track and putting a fade on it. If you have a track say a few minutes and maybe there is something at the start and maybe something at the end like a key board part or what ever part, maybe something in the middle. You still have a lot of silent space. Is it better cut the silent audio out and have it digital silence or does it really not matter?
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