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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:29 am 
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Hi all I have come up against a small issue and was wondering if anyone has a workaround. ( still using V 6.3 )
What I am doing is Recording Band Rehearsals ( 16 Tracks )
The tracks are between 1 and 5 hours long
I would like to create song files for each of the songs on the track worth mixing down and saving a song file for each song then editing each song file in multitrack editor deleting ( using insert ) the tracks before and after the song in quiestion then mixing each song individually. I hope i am making sense. I tried making a copy of the song file then renaming it but when I edit it it also edits the original. I have over 40 jams average of 3 hrs each to go threw and am looking for a quick way lol

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Rob


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:30 am 
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You can do it like this:

- select a part in the Song Editor and click Copy
- create a new song with the same number of audio/MIDI tracks. You can click Song --> New, and then use the "Identical to current" template to do this quickly.
- go to the Song Editor and click Paste


Giel Bremmers


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:02 am 
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Support wrote:
You can do it like this:

- select a part in the Song Editor and click Copy
- create a new song with the same number of audio/MIDI tracks. You can click Song --> New, and then use the "Identical to current" template to do this quickly.
- go to the Song Editor and click Paste


Giel Bremmers


Thanks Geil - Just what I was looking for.


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