editing tricks

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

  1. osmuir

    osmuir Member

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    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

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    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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