The Timing tool lets you slip-stretch audio clips, drag-quantize MIDI notes, and stretch audio using transient markers
Do one of the following:
Note: The F8 shortcut key cycles through all Edit tools (Edit/Timing/Split). If another Edit tool is selected, press F8 again until the Timing tool is selected.Figure 125. Timing tool hotspots on audio clip.
Table 87. Using the Timing tool on audio clips Figure 126. Timing tool hotspots on PRV notes.
Table 88. Using the Timing tool on PRV notes Figure 127. Timing tool hotspots on AudioSnap transients.
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