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Finding transients at their zero crossings


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If I want to find transients at their zero crossing fast, one after another, for editing, I have to use PT and use the "tab to transient" option. Hitting "tab" will take you to the next transient at the zero crossing (so useful.) Is there a quick way to do this in Logic? In the arrange window would be ideal.
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Hi David,


Thanks for your reply...I was afraid you were going to say that. That's exactly what I've been doing but it's clumsy. I think I was mainly writing this to put it into the consciousness of users. It is the most useful editing tool out there for finding precise loops and anchor points. Thank you again.

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