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insert and ripple?

Postby RickTarrant » Tue Apr 12, 2011 22:12

Hi guys,

This is pretty basic but I haven't figured it out yet.

How do I paste and ripple All of the tracks in my project... not just the target track?

I want to insert a 30 commercial on a stereo track but have all the elements on other tracks slide over 30 seconds as well.


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Re: insert and ripple?

Postby Paulo M » Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:50

If you make all your tracks part of a track group, inserting your stereo clip on a stereo track(s) will force all clips on other tracks to ripple, providing you have Ripple activated. There are probably other ways, but not in front of Pyramix now.
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Re: insert and ripple?

Postby phaseboy » Sun Apr 24, 2011 18:39

Place an the in marker where you want to add the time - place the out marker 30s after this.
Set Auto-Ripple to On.
Do a select all between marks (Ctrl-B by default I believe).
Do an insert silence.

This will ripple everything on all tracks including markers - then you can disable autoripple and insert the audio you're adding.

This is a bit of an extra step, but it's the best way I have found to ensure that everything behaves as I expect.


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