Acoustica Greg wrote:Mark,
It's probably more useful for people making loops and trying to beatmatch audio. The "loop start" and "loop end" markers are there, along with the snap point marker, which is very handy for people making mash-ups.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Beyond that, the sound tab reveals the location and the audio format of a particular audio clip and offers the noise reduction feature (for those who aren't working with clean recordings).
outteh wrote:Sound tab used for individual track adjustments:
You can change the pitch, key, edit loop points or time stretch sounds on the Sound tab. Also has a great noise reduction feature.
I've used for pitch adjustments and time stretch on some audio tracks (fine tuning) and for mixing in various sound loops (from other sources) to match a song I might be working on.
I6son wrote:I hope this will be useful in the resolution of this issue.
Acoustica Greg wrote:The snap point is helpful for people who do beat matching. If the audio clip isn't snapping on beat, you can move the snap point to a beat and then the loop will automatically snap to that point when you drag it.
Acoustica Greg wrote:The noise reduction works by sampling a section of noise and then removing those frequencies, so it's important that the audio clip has a section of "noisy silence" so that you can get a good noise sample. If you've got some music in your noise sample, the final result is going to sound terrible because desired music frequencies will have been removed.
It works quite well on hums and hisses, assuming you can get a good noise sample.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Also, you know how we talk about Mixcraft being a "non-destructive" editor? You can cut and paste a section of audio, but the entire recording is still there. From a purely informational standpoint, looking at the sound tab helps you figure out what's what
The gray areas on the sound tab show what's not included in the cut and pasted section of the clip.
Acoustica Greg wrote:You probably know all that, but this is also for the benefit of anybody else reading.
Acoustica Greg wrote:The sound tab will be getting a makeover for Mixcraft 7. We'll see what goodies show up when the time comes.
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