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    #16
    ++1 for movable audio

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      #17
      +1 for movable audio. Shouldn’t be too hard to implement and would be super useful for nudging punch-ins as well as creating arrangements

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        #18
        Yes pleeeease!!!
        It would be great!

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          #19
          Why is this still not a thing?

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            #20
            +1, please

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              #21
              An implementation similar to the OP-1 would be fantastic. Being able to select then "lift" audio from a track and paste it elsewere in the timeline, including maybe in another track.

              That also means there must be a sense of temporal grid. What would be even crazier then would be to be able to change the tempo of the track or parts of it and perform time stretching on it.

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                #22
                +1 for movable audio

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                  #23
                  Hey 1010music, can we get a comment on this one as well? Any chance we'll see this at some point?

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                    #24
                    Thanks for the request. As you probably know, we do not publicly discuss our future development plans. We do see and acknowledge this request.

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                      #25
                      Yeah movable audio plus quantised start/end points for playback would be so massive

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                        #26
                        First post here and it's to +1 this request...please...just let us shift the start times per-track within the main timeline...that doesn't seem too much to ask, and it absolutely changes the nature of the bloob to something we can create entire tracks on, minimizing yet again the time spend with a DAW. PLEASE...this would be awesome!

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