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LMike
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I use this function a lot on track stems and after playing around with various settings and checking the result, I've found the settings below to work best for cleaning an entire song all at once. These settings tend to pretty much leave the drums alone but will clean up empty space in all of the other tracks pretty consistently.

Hope this helps somebody.

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what do you mean by track stems??full tracks,or remix stems??
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SNS wrote:what do you mean by track stems??full tracks,or remix stems??


Audio track stems of other peoples songs that I download to mix. The first thing I always do is clean away empty space, usually by doing "Select All" and running "Detect Silence".
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Great tip LMike! This will come in handy.
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Is there a way to save a preferred setting like that?
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