You can split long audio clips into shorter ones. This lets you extract and rearrange individual sounds, adjust timing and alignment, and apply effects selectively. Audio clips can be split using the Split tool in the Control Bar or with the Split command.
1. If necessary, zoom-in in the Track view and use the Scrub tool (hold down J) to determine where you want to make a split.
2. If you want the split to be made on a note or measure boundary, a marker, specify the desired snap settings in the Control Bar’s Snap module.
4. Click once to make a single split, or to make two splits, click where you want the first split, drag within a clip and release to make a second split.
2. Right-click the selected clip and select Split from the menu.The Split Clips dialog box appears.
3. In the Split Clips dialog box, select from the following options.
SONAR splits the audio clip according to your specifications. Each new clip has the same name as the original clip.
Note: A shortcut to split a selected clip is to move the Now time to where you want to split it, and press S on your computer keyboard.
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