Importing multiple channels in waveform

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Oct 05, 2021 Oct 05, 2021

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I produce a podcast and am stuck importing 3 tracks from a multitrack recording into one waveform file. Each clip from every one of the channels are appx 30 min long so I have to go into recording1.wav and copy track 3. then paste it into masterfile.wav track 1, then back to copy track 4 from recording1.wav and paste it into masterfile.wav track 2. Then the same procedure for tack 3 and 4 in recording2.wav. I do this in order to put them all together in order so I can process them in waveform to then putting them into a nwe multitrack project and start cutting. Is there a faster way to do this? Put multiple tracks from multiple files in order into a new file after eachother?

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I'm assuming that you mean a multichannel recording, not a multitrack one - they are not the same thing. If you open a multichannel recording in Waveform view and mute all the tracks you don't want to copy (box on RHS of waveform display), you can then use Ctrl+A to select everything else, and use Edit>Copy To New to put just your selected channels into a new file. Save the result, you're done.

 

If this isn't what you meant, then you will have to explain a bit more.

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