So I was wondering about this feature in beta. In the waveform editor if you zoom at the maximum you can see that the points on the waveform becomes orange so you can replace them. For what use do you use it (if you do)?
Also have another question about automation, will start another tread...
I've been playing in the wav editor a lot lately. One thing it can be handy for is getting rid of pops in your sample. If you can isolate exactly where it is you can zoom in and either move it manually or move your black sliders over just the area you want to adjust and use amplify or fade in/ fade out to move it closer to the centerline. Or if youre inclined, you can actually make a waveform from scratch without loading anything at all. I've been playing with that idea a lot lately.
Another tip: any sample you save in the wav editor that is under .093sec can be loaded into the waveform editor in the subsynth or bassline.
Audacity has this too, as with many in-depth editors...... Glad it's here too. I've used it many times to correct certain samples and issues with the waveform --- a spike or something that got cut or pasted wrong etc......
Wow I guess I'll play around with the small waveforms to put them in the subsynth, thanks a lot :)!!!
Gotta love Caustic's waveform editor!;)
The only think I don't like about it is the imprecision of finger-on-touchscreen. I have to zoom WAY in to the granular level to get the edit point just where I want it.
Apart from that, it's an impressive tool for a mobile app, and that it's just one little piece of the awesomeness that is Caustic is just that much more impressive.
I've said before, people who write code and turn it into working programs are like wizards to me.
You're a wizard, Rej!