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  1. Thanks everyone. This has all been most helpful so far. My next endeavor is understanding what Freezing is track actually is. I think I have a handle on that one. But what I don't understand is Gluing a track. What's that. Firstly, is Freeze Track similar to the Pro Tools "Consolidate Region"? Whereby taking a track and basically rendering all your cuts, edits, fades, etc to one single wav file? Also, from what I understand, Freezing also renders any plugins you have on the track, thereby saving you all that cpu usage. And Also, I think that you can UnFreeze, where Samplitude remembers how everything was before, and then gives you back control should you want to unFreeze it. Do I have this right? Anything else about Freeze that I missed or am not understanding correctly? And of course, there is Gluing a track, which I don't know that I've ever heard of. So feel free to elaborate on that one if you will. In the meantime I shall search the .pdf for information on this feature. Thanks everyone.
  2. Thanks Kraznet. I'll check out the smaller chunk videos. One thing that would be good to know is how one would reverse some tweaking they've done. For kicks, I imported a .wav file. And I've used T to cut it. pitched some of it up, and time stretched a little as per your tutorial. But say, I wanted to recombine my splits where I pressed T and bring the pitch back to normal. how would I go about doing that? Also, what's the equivilant of the Pro Tools Trimmer tool that lets you not only trim back a clip, but drag a clip back out that you've previously trimmed? Another one.... when i have volume automation written over an audio track. how do i select and delete my volume automation without also deleting the audio behind it?
  3. Thanks Kraznet. I'll check out the smaller chunk videos. One thing that would be good to know is how one would reverse some tweaking they've done. For kicks, I imported a .wav file. And I've used T to cut it. pitched some of it up, and time stretched a little as per your tutorial. But say, I wanted to recombine my splits where I pressed T and bring the pitch back to normal. how would I go about doing that? Also, what's the equivilant of the Pro Tools Trimmer tool that lets you not only trim back a clip, but drag a clip back out that you've previously trimmed?
  4. Thanks Kraznet. I'll check out the smaller chunk videos. One thing that would be good to know is how one would reverse some tweaking they've done. For kicks, I imported a .wav file. And I've used T to cut it. pitched some of it up, and time stretched a little as per your tutorial. But say, I wanted to recombine my splits where I pressed T and bring the pitch back to normal. how would I go about doing that?
  5. Hi everyone. I'm new here and this is my first post. I've been using Pro Tools LE and more recently M-Powered for about 10 years. I still very much love the Pro Tools interface, but I am getting frustrated with 1.) the limitation in the available hardware interfaces, and 2.) the bugginess of the software that seems to never really be fixed. I have been playing around with the Samplitude demo, and I am liking it so far, but I'm having trouble doing basic things, mainly audio track editing. I have been watching the tutorials Samplitude has on their site, and although they are very helpful. I'd love some sort of resource that would help a Pro Tools user learn Samplitude. I'm not sure if anything like this even exists, but I figured this would be the place to ask. Also, one followup question that I'm unclear on. What Virtual Instruments are included with Samplitude (and which additional ones are included with Samplitude Pro)? Pro Tools 8 made a big change from 7 in included the new VIs, piano, hammond organ, and a bunch of other stuff. Any help I can get on progressing in Samplitude would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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