asked Oct 21 '15 at 12:06 by Steven_Blair (10)

I suspect the answer will be obvious, but I just can't seem to work it out. What's the difference between copying a clip, against creating a duplicate? I was trying to work out a way of copying clip to the Arranger, and if I changed the original clip, my Arranger clip was updated as well (almost like a shallow copy). It's quite frustrating if I have a clip in multiple places on the Arranger, and decide to make a change, that I need to delete them all, and redrag the clip.

Thanks in advance!


Duplicate will copy a clip and paste its copy right after, while copy then pasting allows you to chose where you will put the copy (by clicking somewhere in the arranger lanes).

At the time of writing, shallow copies are stil... feature request ;-) as you can read in the "related questions" list.


answered Oct 21 '15 at 13:34 by pakunoda (966)

edited Oct 21 '15 at 13:35

Ah, that is obvious :$

I hope this requested feature appears soon.

Thanks for the quick response.



answered Oct 21 '15 at 13:48 by Steven_Blair (10)

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