AnsweredDrag & Drop Loops

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2018/07/01 15:17:10 (permalink)

Drag & Drop Loops

When dragging & dropping loops within BandLab, why do some WAV loops drop only at the beginning and others drop at some extreme end (i.e. 01:05:26.970 timeline) of a track no matter where you drop it within the track?
 
I'm sure it's some setting that I need to change, but not sure which one. Previously in Sonar Platinum, this issue had never came up.

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Re: Drag & Drop Loops 2018/07/01 15:27:23 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby Mesh 2018/07/01 19:52:20
I have yet to see an explanation why some loop creators save their files as broadcast waves. To ignore broadcast wave timestamps unset Preferences > File > Audio Data "Always Import Broadcast Waves At Their Timestamp." It works the same in SONAR and CbB. By default the option is enabled.
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Re: Drag & Drop Loops 2018/07/01 19:54:01 (permalink)
Thanks Steve, that was the ticket!!
Appreciate your help and knowledge. :)
 

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Re: Drag & Drop Loops 2018/07/01 20:18:13 (permalink)
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I have yet to see an explanation why some loop creators save their files as broadcast waves. To ignore broadcast wave timestamps unset Preferences > File > Audio Data "Always Import Broadcast Waves At Their Timestamp." It works the same in SONAR and CbB. By default the option is enabled.


I finally saw a “practical” use for this. A YouTube video had downloads of loops used to create song made in tutorial. The broadcast waves laid out similar to how importing OMF file would. Not something I would use
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