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Record Macro commands for Editing Podcast in Multitrack View

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Mar 02, 2020 Mar 02, 2020

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I'm trying to find a way to Record macro commands when editing a Podcast in Multitrack View. I found that "Start Recording Favourite" doesn't quite do that, it simply records a series of effects. It might help if I explain the context. 

 

In order to improve the audio quality on my Podcast, I have started to record the audio on my iphone and ask my guest to do the same on their iphone. I then use the Zoom Conference audio recording simply as a way for us to communicate whilst wearing our headphones but also to use as a syncronisation method in Audition Multitrack View. 

 

When I use this editing method with separate iPhone audio tracks plus the Zoom audio track (on mute), if I want to cut our Ums / Ahhs / breathing, it is MUCH more labour intenstive than editing a simgle Zoom audio track alone using the Waveform View. 

 

In order to cut out a single Um or Ahh, I have to

> T Select > Ctrl+A > Delete > Ripple Delete > Gap > Ripple Delete > Gap > Ripple Delete > Gap (3x Ripple delete here because of iPhone Track 1 + iPhone Track 2 + Zoom Audio on Mute on Track 3)

 

The easier way is if I could have all tracks in Waveform View, but then I can't slide them along to synchroise the audio on all three tracks.

 

Any help would be appreciated!

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Make the time selection and simply use Ctrl+Shift+Backspace. That will take the time out of all three tracks simultaneously, and close up the gap.

 

And Favorites will do rather more than 'record a series of effects', as a look at a few of the preset ones will reveal... but they won't help you with this, I'm afraid.

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