360 SYSTEMS Short Cut 99 Personal Audio Editor

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Marks are always tied to the audio they are associated with, and not to a time reference. If a single track is edited, two marks beyond that edit may become displaced from each other; and in the case of deletion, a mark may disappear along with its audio. Deleting a segment of a File does not slip the marks with respect to audio. The G O T O keys will quickly "tab" to the next Mark on any armed track. This feature can be used to advantage. When many Marks have been placed, "disarming" both tracks will limit the search to only five places: Start of File, the Zero Mark, Edit-In mark, Edit-Out mark, and End of File.

Pressing the Hot Key will then play the clipboard at any time, auditioning its audio as editing progresses. To make this assignment, a File named _CLIPBOARD must first exist in the Files listing. To inspect for this, press the FILES key and see if it is there. ) If it is not present, create a _clipboard file by Editing any file and performing a COPY operation. Exit the Editor. Assigning the _CLIPBOARD to a Hot Key is done as a normal Copy to Hot Key operation: • • • Go to the File select level (FILES key) Select the _CLIPBOARD File.

There are two forms of Insert recording: Basic Insert Recording, and Replacement Insert Recording Basic Insert Recording Unlike the video industry use of the term, Insert Recording inserts new audio and "pushes out" material following this point to make room; it therefore extends the File running time. 1. Place both the EDIT IN and EDIT OUT marks at the point where the recording is to be inserted. To extend a recording, place them both at the end of the File. 2. Press one of the ARM keys if it is desired to enable recording on only one track.

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