Re:How Do I Insert A Transient Marker in AudioSnap?
That was the first thing I noticed in Audio Snap that was not where it used to be... before I learned that audio snap didn't work.
I figured I'd figure it out later, but honestly didn't want to ask because I didn't feel like being ridiculed for having wished I knew where that function now was.
Thank you for standing up and being the target.
Maybe someone that knows where that feature went can tell us?
I imagine that if all one has is a 1800 page manual... that one may be able to look it up and attempt to make the rest of us feel inadequate for having expected to be able to find it simply with intuition or using past experience.
let us know what you learn.
It turns out pretty simple and Audiosnap is working in this case here... I haven't used it much...
To insert a transient:
1)enable audiosnap for that clip
2)select Audio transients in the track's Edit Filter
3)use Alt-click to insert transient marker...
the manual also shows you can do this by placing the now time where you want the marker and using Ctrl-Alt-I
I hope that helps...