0B02 Posted March 18, 2017 Share Posted March 18, 2017 I'm about to record a lot of backing vocals for several songs, which are mainly harmony vocals on choruses. Rather than keep starting / stopping Logic and moving the punch in/punch out points for each BV, creatively it will be a lot letter for me to set a punch in point before the first chorus, a punch out point after the last chorus, leave Logic recording in between each BV and then cut out the areas of silence/rustling/burps/farts afterwards. However, of course this results in a large audio file for each BV - much of which I don't need - taking up HD space. To save HD space, if I cut out the bits of each audio region that I don't want, is there a way to (destructively) remove the audio files of those bits, just leaving multiple (smaller) audio files with the actual BVs on that I do want? I am aware of using the project audio window, but I am never sure if it actually deletes the audio files of bits you edit out of audio regions, or if it just deletes (i.e. effectively mutes) the bits of the audio region in the main window, but actually leaves the full audio file intact on the HD? If what I want to do is possible, how can I also make sure that I delete the audio files of the unwanted bits in the project audio window, but not the wanted segments of BVs too? Will renaming the bits that I want to keep in the main window be enough? Hope this all makes sense! All advice gratefully received Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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