First of all I never heard of Zero Crossings. I just looked it up in the manual and maybe that will do the trick for me.
I'm working on an arrangement of a song and I played a wrong chord in 2 spots that I want to replace by copying and pasting. I think I should be able to do this. I tried doing it in the Sample Editor and in the Arrange window.
What I meant by hard is that I went to a spot that has the same chord and copied it. Then I went to the spot that has the bad chord and using the scissor tool, I cut out the bad chord and pasted in the good chord. The area I'm talking about is one bar. When I played it back I heard extra beats in there. I tried this a few times and got the same results.
That's what I meant by it's "hard". I couldn't get it to sound like a smooth edit, "unnoticeable".
The manual said it's easier editing in the Sample Editor, but it seemed harder.
Could you explain the Zero Crossing in your own words?
I hope you understand my explanation here.
By the way I make copies of the original and experiment on them, not the original.
Thank you for you time.