"reverse," if you will.

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Tallisman
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"reverse," if you will.

Post by Tallisman » Mon Jan 05, 2004 9:53 pm

The following idea I was able to accomplish, in a roundabout way, but the awkwardness was in efficient and slowed down the work flow.

What I wanted to do was take a selection, say, Measure 14.2.0-15.2.0 and reverse some of the samples (such that they play backwards). To do this I need to beable to "split a sample"at any given time - which is easy to do. Next I would need to drag the "end of the section" (15.2.0) to the start point (14.2.0), and the start to the end... ya follow?

Perhaps this can be accomplished by allow us to turn anything into an event. This Idea beats doing a "consolidate"and then reversing the clip in an external editor 4 ways:

1. when you do a consolidate... it takes any fx applied to the segment, which in turn insures that the segment is processed twice. Right? (it seemed to do that for me!)

2. It would save harddrive space by allowing us to refrence the same audio on the harddrive.

3. It would streamline the workflow!

4. It would tie in nicely with the Warp factor... samples would then be truely "ellastic."

You can hear the inspiration for this "Wish" below, it occurs at 1:47-1:51
Link to "SuperFad (Cool You Is!)
Download mp3
(http://zed.cbc.ca/go.ZeD?CONTENT_ID=881 ... ge=content)

Well... that's my first wish.
Only been using Live about 2 weeks, and so far loving it (well, except 2 gripes posted in the bugs forum).

Boogiewityabadselves!
T

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Post by Guest » Fri Jan 09, 2004 11:03 am

Hello,

I am with you for reverse - but point 1 seems to be not that correct. consolidate does not at effects to the newly created sample - it does only pack the samples as in ArrangeView. Bounce to Disk does include wet material.

Best

Guest

Post by Guest » Sat Jan 10, 2004 4:23 pm

oH! hmmmm... it sure sounded like that bit was double processed...
I am sure you are right though, as I am very new to this little gem of a program! I'ma dig a lil' deeper!
cheers for the heads up,
T

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Post by jasefos » Sun Jan 11, 2004 10:03 am

I'm all for a non-destructive reverse as well ...

It will only aid workflow and I couldn't imagine be rocket science to implement ...

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Post by Guest » Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:18 pm

i'm agree for possibility of reverse one split

there's a plugin that work in this way

colcutter

http://www.brightonart.org/coldcutter.shtml

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Post by jasefos » Mon Jan 12, 2004 8:00 am

Anonymous wrote:i'm agree for possibility of reverse one split

there's a plugin that work in this way

colcutter

http://www.brightonart.org/coldcutter.shtml

Very funky ... thanks for posting this link ...
(many different uses for this one).

Cheers
JaseFOS

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