Re-edits...

RezN8

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I've just been revisiting some dusty corners of my music collection & I've re-discovered some stuff that I'd like to play - don't you just love it when that happens :Smile3:

A big problem tho' is that there's usually some noodling going on in the middle of the track which, although when taken in context adds to the track, when people have a full head of steam up, they just wanna keep stompin'. :bananada:

Therefore, what's the best way for me to re-edit the track, to keep the tracks momentum?
1 - Load the track into SoundForge & have a cut 'n paste session,
or,
2 - Load the track as Audio into Cubase, chunk it up & use a beat-slicer to improve on the above?

Any tips on this would be gratefuly received :Wink3:
 

goa_kev

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I've done a few re-edits, cutting and pasting, using Adobe Audition. Works well and easy to use. :Smile3:
 
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