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Resizing audio
Old 23rd September 2012
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Resizing audio

Ok I am new to Logic and I am a previous cubase user.

So far I love many of the features in logic and it feels like a much more professional piece of software.

I watched a video series of the basic tutorials but I am still confused as to how to do a basic audio recording task.

Say i record an audio part over an 8 bar drum loop but it goes a little past. I like the part and now want to copy and paste where i need it throughout the song. Before i do this i want to lock the part to the 8 bar grid.

-----> So Why can i not easily drag the audio back until it locks right at the end of the 8 bars? This seems to be a chore every time. If i switch to bar snap, it will give me intervals of bars but with the extra offset of time i went past the 8 bar end point.

Can anyone help? Do i really need to use scissors and chop the excess audio off to accomplish this? This is the only work around i came up with so far.
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