Cakewalk makes it easy to edit audio and MIDI clips by way of prominent clip handles that appear as your cursor comes close to the edges of clips. The clip handles are easy to see and are equipped with broad functionality for fade-ins, fade-outs, and crossfades, as well as non-destructive editing of the beginning and end of clips.
3. If you are slip editing an audio clip, open the Clip Properties Inspector, select the Groove Clip section and make sure the Looping check box is unchecked.A. Clip handle
1. Do one of the following:
As in the case of slip-editing, the hidden information in the clip remains intact but is not heard during playback.
2. Select the Track view Clips > Apply Trimming command.
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