asked Nov 12 '19 at 11:25 by jonville (11)

Yesterday I recorded some live hi hats. I then opened the audio clip and started cutting it up into smaller parts for individual hi hat hits. (I did consider using offsets & stretch markets, but in this instance I just wanted to do a "cut and move" for each hi hat note). See the image below for what I mean.

I then selected all of these audio events (that had been cut up, but nothing else had been done, still in original position etc) and manually typed out a fade out value.

Now, the position of each cut that I made has changed. How do I move the cuts to their original positions, and also prevent this from happening again? This represents about 2 hours worth of work.

Version: Bitwig 3.0.3 build date 2019-09-18 on Windows 10 x64.

My cuts were moved?

I worked out a possible cause: while I was selecting all the audio events, I think I may have held down Ctrl+Scroll wheel in order to zoom out to select all audio events, and this may have slid the audio position within the events at the same time

Edit: Don't think this theory holds up due to the lengths of audio events not seeming to match this theory

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answered Nov 12 '19 at 14:25 by jonville (11)

edited Nov 12 '19 at 14:29

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