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AudioSnap (Platinum and Professional only) ► Editing transient markers

Figure 295. Transient markers.
A. Stretched segments are blue B. Compressed segments are red C. Normal segments are black 
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Right-click a clip and choose Select Markers > All or Select Markers > None on the pop-up menu.
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Do one of the following:
Note 2: To specify the size of the time window, click the AudioSnap Options button in the AudioSnap palette to open the AudioSnap Options dialog box, then specify the desired Pool Transient Window value.
A. Stretched segments are blue B. Compressed segments are red C. Normal segments are black 
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Right-click the marker you want to reset and select Delete Marker from the pop-up menu.
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Disable the Snap to Grid button (or press the N key) if the place you need the marker is not on a convenient snap location.
A. Disabled marker (short gray) B. Auto-detected marker (tall) C. Manually inserted marker 
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Select the target clip (the clip that you want to copy markers to) and drag the Threshold slider in the AudioSnap palette until all transient markers are disabled.
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Right-click either of the selected clips and select Merge and Lock Markers from the pop-up menu.
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The Resolution drop-down list in the AudioSnap palette. The selected Resolution value lets you disable markers based on their time location. This clears out unwanted markers to make editing easier. Larger values create a bigger time window, based on musical time values, which preserves markers that are closest to the displayed musical time value, and disables others.
Note: The Resolution setting will only work reliably if the audio clip’s internal tempo map is accurate. For details, see Editing a clip’s tempo map.
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The Threshold slider in the AudioSnap palette. This slider works by disabling markers based on their volume. Dragging the slider to the right creates a larger volume threshold, so that transients that fall below the current volume threshold that the slider defines are disabled.
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The transient marker context menu. You can right-click a marker, and choose Disable from the pop-up menu.
Tip: If you want to protect a marker from being disabled by the Sensitivity slider or the Threshold slider, you can right-click the marker and enable the Promote option from the transient marker pop-up menu. You can also promote a disabled marker to ensure that it never becomes enabled by the Sensitivity slider.
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Do one of the following:
A promoted marker is never disabled by the Resolution or Threshold controls in the AudioSnap palette.
Note: You can also snap transient markers to the Time Ruler and other transient markers. For details, see To add the Time ruler to the Pool and Snapping edits to audio beats.
Moves the marker to the project time that you enter in the To Time field, and stretches the audio that is between the previous and next markers.
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