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bredo
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Is there a way to record several takes manually (without loop recording), and make them stay on top of each other. Then open them in different layers?

As far as I have found out you can't record on top of each other, then cut all takes in the same place, and then select which one to stay up front. Am I right?
If so, where did this idea came from? Totally awkward IMO (coming from Cubase/Nuendo).

Is there a fix for this in the coming?
Bredo Myrvang
The Sound Residence
Oslo, Norway
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manually add a layer and record into that
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bredo
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Thanks.
I figured it out, but it's a bit cumbersome to what I'm used to (in Nuendo).

As we speak, I'm trying to put together a Macro that will add a layer and start a new recording pass in one go .

Thanks again.
Bredo Myrvang
The Sound Residence
Oslo, Norway
 
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