Moderator: Martin Hairer
the center ofthe right channel and a little "R" will show up on the
cursor.Obviouslyyou an't just cut a bit of soud out -- as then
everything after the cut section would not bye synchronized.
You can also split the sound into two separate tracks if you want.
On 2/25/19 6:42 PM, zamboknee wrote:
Is there a way to edit stereo channels separately?
For instance, guy's talking on the left channel while I cough on the RIGHT channel. How would I edit out my cough?
into two tracks, add a third track, put a backgound sound in the third
track, use the envelope command on the the track with the problem and
the extra track to basically fade one into the other and back out. then
say if we are dealing with the right track, set the two tracks to right
front, the other track to left front an then bounce to a new file.
On 2/26/19 12:52 AM, Paul Buch wrote:
I would probably just highlight the section and then use the â€œAmplifyâ€� option set to -12 or more. That should keep it in sync and knock down the cough sound. You can also use the â€œGenerate Silenceâ€� tool for â€œlength of selectionâ€� but the may be noticeable due to being able to hear that thereâ€™s nothing there. I donâ€™t believe that there is a way to easily paste over the offending sound with â€œroom toneâ€� and keep the sync, which would be and even better solution. No matter what you do though, some of the cough likely will bleed into the other channel assuming youâ€™re in the same room.
Cantor Paul Buch
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