Edit Menu: Clip Boundaries

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Items in the Clip Boundaries  cascading Edit menu let you create or remove separate clips in the audio track.

Split CTRL + I
Split New CTRL + ALT + I
Join CTRL + J
Detach at Silences CTRL + ALT + J

Split  CTRL + I

Splits the current clip into up to three clips at the selection boundaries. The audio before, within, and after the selection can now all be shifted independently

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Split New  CTRL+ ALT + I

Does a Split Cut on the current selection in the current track, then creates a new track and pastes the selection into the new track.

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Join  CTRL + J

If you select an area that overlaps one or more clips, they are all joined into one large clip. Regions in-between clips become silence.

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Detach at Silences CTRL + ALT + J

In a selection region that includes absolute silence and other audio, creates individual non-silent clips between the regions of silence. The silence in the selection becomes blank space between the clips.

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If the selection is entirely silence, it becomes blank space between the audio either side of the selection.


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