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Copy multiple tracks and paste into one

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I want to copy several midi tracks and paste into a single consolidated track but without changing the start time of each copied track https://prnt.sc/s5sy57

With the old version of cakewalk you could stick without changing the starting time of the tracks  https://prnt.sc/s5t4om is it possible to do with this version?

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If the midi tracks are part of your project, not being imported, then you can simply drag them while holding shift it will constrain the start time of the clip to to not change as you drag it to the new track. If you want to copy it add the cntl key (shift-cntrl) while dragging and it will make a copy.

If you want to use the "copy" and "paste" dialog then your best bet is to place the "now time" cursor at the start of the clip you want to copy. Then copy it. select the destination track and paste it. It should copy to start where the cursor is.

You can also note the start time of the clip in the "inspector" and then choose "paste special". You can then type or copy the start time manually.

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