Re: Slip Audio and Quick Swipe Com...
Actually, there is a way to slip edit (i alluded to it above)... But here are two methods. B is simpler than A - but both work :)
1. Select the region in the Arrange area and choose Region > Lock SMPTE position
(Notice that a lock icon appears in the top left of the region.
2. Double-click on the audio region to open it in the Sample Editor. Make sure that Edit > Lock Arrange Position is enabled.
3. Use the Hand Tool in the Sample Editor to drag the selection area to create a new range.
4. Choose Edit > Selection to Region
(you can set this up as a key command)
5. Notice that the audio has been "slipped" in the Arrange area's region.
(Even easier) - No need to Lock the SMPTE position of the region.
1. Select the region in the Arrange area and choose Window > Audio Bin
(You can't do this in the Audio Bin Tab)
2. Position the mouse pointer in the bottom half of the region in the Audio Bin Window. The pointer turns into a double headed arrow. Notice the position of the waveform in the pic below.
3. Drag along the horizontal axis to slip the audio. Like so:
Hope this helps