Using Peak Pro Sound Editing Software : Advanced Waveform Editing in Peak Pro


Uploaded by expertvillage on 19.09.2008

Transcript:
Peak Pro is a registered trademark of Bias, Incorporated and I am in no way affiliated
with Bias, Incorporated. In this lesson I am going to be teaching you about some of
the advanced editing functions in Peak Pro. If you want to make sure that you have your
cursor selected I am going to select the beginning drum beat part of my song. If I come up to
edit and come down to crop what that is going to do is it is going to crop my selection
which shouldn't be confused with the zoom function because what happens is it is going
to delete everywhere in my song except for where I had my selection at so I am going
to go ahead and undo that and zoom back in here. Also if I come up to edit and select
silence what that is going to do is it is going to fill up my selection with silence
and this shouldn't be confused with the insert silence and it is going to ask you how many
seconds of silence you want and I am going to leave it at one and click o'kay and it
is going to insert silence before where I had my selection at there so I am going to
go ahead and undo that. I am going to remake my selection here and if I come up and copy
that I am going to select the end there and if I come up to edit and select duplicate
what that is going to do is it is going to ask me how many times I want that duplicated
if I select 5 that is going to copy that 5 different times and I have got a total of
6 copies of the drum beat there. One last thing if I make a selection here and I am
going to copy that as well and come to another part of my song and make a selection there.
If I select edit and click replace what that is going to do is it is going to repaste my
selection there and it is going to overwrite where I had my selection at. So those are
some of the advantages to functions available to you in Peak Pro.