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A 1,000 Hz tone or silence can be selected in the DIRECTORY PREFS menu. Further information on Bleep is presented in the Miscellaneous Operations chapter. 360 Systems Editing Page 45 Undo an Edit Operation The Undo function will remove the last Edit operation. As such, it is valuable for fixing mistakes. Remember that only the last edit operation can be Undone. Operations that can be Undone include: CUT, INSERT, BLEEP, INSERT RECORD and certain ERASE functions. If uncertain about what the last operation was that will be Undone, hold ALT + U NDO to display the last type of edit performed.
If uncertain about what the last operation was that will be Undone, hold ALT + U NDO to display the last type of edit performed. ) Whenever a mistake has been made, press the UNDO key before moving ahead. To Undo the Last Editing Operation • Press the UNDO key. • Press U NDO a second time to restore the operation. UNDO is also used with the MARK, ERASE and BLEEP keys to remove marks, and regions of audio that have been Erased or replaced with a Bleep. To perform these functions: • • • Use the EDIT IN and EDIT OUT keys to define the area containing Marks to be removed; while holding the UNDO key, press MARK.
This Gain Value is applied to the audio during playback, but does not change the original audio data that was recorded. When a block is first recorded, its Gain Value is 0db. The level of the recorded audio has no effect on this, and the actual output level associated with any Gain Value is relative to the recorded level. All Gain Edits are performed on the selected range of audio between the Edit In and Edit Out marks, on one or both tracks depending on the state of the ARM buttons. The charts below illustrate Gain Values in a single channel.
360 SYSTEMS Short Cut 99 Personal Audio Editor