Edit toolThe Edit tool lets you adjust data. You can slip-edit (trim/crop) clips, adjust note start/end times, adjust fades, and raise/lower note velocity and automation envelopes.
Note: The Edit tool does not work on AudioSnap transients.To select the Edit toolDo one of the following:
Click the Edit tool button in the Control Bar.
Note: The F8 shortcut key cycles through all Edit tools (Edit/Timing/Split). If another Edit tool is selected, press F8 again until the Edit tool is selected.Using the Edit tool on audio clipsFigure 121. Edit tool hotspots on audio clip.
Table 83. Using the Edit tool on audio clips Using the Edit tool on MIDI clipsFigure 122. Edit tool hotspots on MIDI clip.
Table 84. Using the Edit tool on MIDI clips Using the Edit tool on PRV notesFigure 123. Edit tool hotspots on PRV notes.
Table 85. Using the Edit tool on PRV notes Using the Edit tool on automationFigure 124. Edit tool hotspots on automation.
Table 86. Using the Edit tool on automation
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