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All audio and MIDI clips in SONAR have a Original Time property, which stores the original SMPTE time stamp associated with a clip. The Original Time clip property is based on absolute time, not tempo. This allows you to freely re-arrange clips and later revert them back to their original time.
SONAR automatically assigns the Original Time property during import or immediately after record. When an audio clip containing a SMPTE time stamp is imported into SONAR (such as a Broadcast Wave file), the Original Time field is populated with this time stamp. When opening previous SONAR projects, existing clips will be populated with their current time.
Note: The Original Time property can not be edited. If a clip is bounced to a new clip, the Original Time stamp will not propagate to the new clip.
Figure 133. The Clip Inspector.
A. Original Time property; click to revert clip to the original time stamp
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Right-click a clip and choose Revert Clip(s) to Original Time Stamp from the context menu.
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In the Clip Inspector, select the Properties section, click the Original Time field and choose Revert to original time stamp on the pop-up menu.
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