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editing tricks

Discussion in 'Recording' started by osmuir, Jan 30, 2002.

  1. osmuir

    osmuir Member

    despite the title of the forum, i have heard precious little of editing know-how.

    i've had to learn it all myself, and have gotten very good [i think].

    tips?

    my tip is not about tecnique [though i want those!] but is part of my motto for life:

    "just because you can dosen't mean you should..."

    yall?
     
  2. UTS

    UTS Guest

    Owen,

    "just because you can dosen't mean you should..."

    That's a great motto for sure and I'll throw it at the next home-recordist I have in the studio that is going to tell me that he works with Cubase at home and it has this and that feature and why I don't just do it that way instead of letting hime play the part over and over again...

    Best,

    Markus
     
  3. Mike Simmons

    Mike Simmons Active Member

    Keep sharp blades at hand, de-mag 'em just in case... block too, don't go too heavy with the grease pencil and blow on the blue tape to warm it up and get the glue tacky!
    :p

    Now I remember why I love digital editing! Not having a pile of quarter inch at my feet all day is the biggest trick of all.
     

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