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  • damonv
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    Definitely want this as well as cutting and pasting within the timeline.

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  • captrob
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    I really want to use my bluebox in a dawless setup but not being able to do basic editing of a track like move, trim, copy, paste tracks within the timeline really makes a daw necessary. If you added some basic editing tools, Bluebox would be a real workhorse.

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  • stratblue
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    Count me in for this.

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  • Paranormal Patroler
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    Can we get this suggestion to top of likes please?

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  • stratblue
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    I like this!

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  • Paranormal Patroler
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    Please please please let this be included in the new firmware ...

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  • dadard
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    I agree, I'm waiting for that feature too before buying the Bluebox.

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  • Paranormal Patroler
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    This isn't just an idea. This would allow us to build full tracks. Why isn't this getting more likes is beyond me.

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  • Unacknowledged
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    +1 for this idea

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  • Weazel
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    +1, thumbs up!
    Would be very useful feature in the workflow.

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  • JanBurp
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    +1 and some more edit functions

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  • idylmind
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    +1 this could be useful

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  • hypertension
    started a topic Move audio within the timeline

    Move audio within the timeline

    It would be a great feature if it were possible to move a track to a different point in the timeline, as opposed to having all tracks start at 1:1.

    A possible way to implement this is on the EDIT tab, by pressing B, selecting your audio file, then File > Move To.

    For example:
    File > Move To > 9:1 > Enter

    This function would be a rudimentary way of building an arrangement after recording.
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