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Layer Based vs Destructive Audio Editing

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Simple editing such as fades, trims and normalisation is normally destructive, making it difficult to undo just part of what you've done. Layer based editing is non-destructive, making it possible to selectively undo your edits. In this screencast tutorial, Mo Volans contrasts editing in Wavelabs 7 and Soundtrack Pro to show you the difference.

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