Do you mean if you cut up a region (=1 track; let's say you cut up that region into 3 parts for that 1 track song), are you asking how to put those 3 separate regions within that track back together to make 1 region?
That sounds confusing, because in Waveburner, don't REGIONS=TRACKS???? They're the same thing, right? I'm not sure how your regions and tracks are different??????? Have to wait for Master Rounik to explain this one:) hahahaha (Gotta love that dude, eh:))
No Sir they aren't the same. You can have many regions on one track and one region can span across several tracks. When you ad a file it's brought in as a region not a track. When you paste in a bunch of regions into a new document they show up as tracks and regions.
I understand that you can have many regions within a single track, but isn't it also true that when import a file it is added as both a region and a track at the same time? That's where I got confused with your original question.
what do you mean the regions are different to the tracks???
waveburner has two tracks. This allows you to overlap / fade between one region and another. The two regions being on separate tracks.
The CD Tracks window in the bottom middle of the interface shows you how the regions will be arranged on your finished CD.
If you click on a Region name and select the "Region Plug-Ins" Tab (bottom right) then you will see the plug-ins associated with that region.
The other tab, "Mix Plug-Ins" will apply plug-in effects to all the regions (CD Tracks) in your project.
In the following example 03 ancient metals is the second region and therefore second CD Track. You may also notice I have a Delay designer placed on that region, not on the entire mix.
Hope that helps,
thanks I will look at that. Can you tell me if there is a channel strip useful in bringing back the sound quality back in if you record from speaker into the mic on a laptop computer. It seems to not work well and I have been looking for a solution using plugins.