C.LYDE101 wrote:The quick response, IMO, would be Edit History.
If one still intends doing additional work on the audio file, leave till the end - thereby having the option to "undo" per step.
Cannot remember (not near DAW) the impact of real-time processing per track of affected audio vs audio that's been "flattened"
Parrotspain wrote:I would choose bounce over flatten for all aspects of audio pitch editing, because it is easier to cut and paste a small snippet of audio than it is to delve into edit history.
My usual workflow is:
1 Make copy of untouched vocal performance and put aside as safety/ restore option
2 Bounce sections of audio, say 30 seconds roughly (long sections make for slow graphic response in variaudio)
3 Work on variaudio, pitch, stretch etc until satisfied
In most cases I leave things at this stage. Sometimes I might duplicate the edited track and once again bounce audio.
This gives me the choice of being able revert, compare and rework small sections. With everything on screen, labelled and clear.
Parrotspain wrote:I tend to avoid 'flatten' also, because I know that 'bounce' makes an exact copy of what I am already hearing...
Parrotspain wrote:I tested this Lukas...
1 recorded vocal
2 variaudio edited vocal
3 duplicated audio track
4 bounced duplicate track in place
5 reversed phase of duplicated
6 played both audio tracks together
Result = null
It works perfectly!
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