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Old 08-02-2011, 12:11 AM   #192
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Originally Posted by Reaperto View Post
1- Define a Time selection to edit
2- Shift + S (Split items at time selection)
3- Shift + F; select FX, click + drag to Clip
4- Right click over Item/Apply track FX to items...
Thats great and soo close to area selection, but the annoying bit is that it keeps re-rendering and creating new files. In programs like Sound Forge and Protools the "true" area selection means you don't have to split/or glue back the file part your working on, and as the FR' votes reveal would be so much more intuitive...

Its good but seems clumsy at the moment..

I think for true sound design it needs real area selection and processing, but until then this is a 'basic' workaround
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