#1
I was trying to sync a song together, and I cut the guitar a bit too much, so now it starts before everything else. how do i add some mili-seconds to it so that it syncs back up??

thanks
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#2
i think there is an effect called delay towards the bottom of the effect toolbar, maybe you can do something with that? Have you just tried dragging the media clip until it fits?
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#3
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i think there is an effect called delay towards the bottom of the effect toolbar, maybe you can do something with that? Have you just tried dragging the media clip until it fits?


ok, did it. i copied a silence part and pasted it at the beggining, and am working from that. thanks anyway
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#4
Glad i helped Well sort of, not at all nvm
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#5
you get the selector thingy at the beggining of the track. then choose e "generate" option at the top toolbar and selects "silence". then just write how much seconds/milisecnds you want

EDIT:: sh*t. im in too late. good thing you solved your problem. I have been working a lot on audacity these days because I had to do some weird remix for a school work so i learnt some trick from it that i will surely use when I go to record something during the weekend. If you use it more, better things will come out of it.

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