2018-11-27 19:23:35

hi,
So in goldwave, if i want to place sounds, like a fully auto firearm, evenly, how do i move by a certain ammount of m/s, like how would i paiste a sound every 100 m/s.

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2018-11-27 19:37:14 (edited by defender 2018-11-27 19:38:31)

I haven't done it for a while so maybe the repeat effect is actually your best bet, but otherwise you would use insert time, move start marker to end, then mix or paste clipboard. Do that manually a few times and then you can just copy the hole thing and do bigger pieces to make it faster. Again I think repeat should be faster though...

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2018-11-27 20:05:15

in audacity i remember seeing a keyboard shortcut or a menu option or something to move by 100 milliseconds or something, i'll have to look at the goldwave manual.

yo! so I'm working on programing, it's really hard. But I'll tell you where you can contact me if your stupid enough to do so.
Contact information:email: [email protected]
Skype: Brennan Draves
I'm usually found on online games, chatting, and being warned bye admins for talking to much, f**k you admin!

2018-11-28 03:14:00

@3, use shift+up/down arrows to zoom in and out. Shift+up zooms in and vice versa. The further you zoom in, the smaller your time scale becomes.

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