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I am trying to build a loop as if with a looping pedal.
I am recording sound on sound and I end up with a bunch of subtracks. Is there a way to fusing all the subtracks together?

I looked around videos and forum but do not seem to figure out how to do it.

I would like to be able to quantize the total.

Thanks,

m

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9 hours ago, MJG said:

I am trying to build a loop as if with a looping pedal.
I am recording sound on sound and I end up with a bunch of subtracks. Is there a way to fusing all the subtracks together?

I looked around videos and forum but do not seem to figure out how to do it.

I would like to be able to quantize the total.

Thanks,

m

There's few way's to do this Depending on the reason for in question.

1 - Midi Files: Place Snap setting to Whole Note (easier if just starting out,) right click on the Midi File, Select Bounce to Clip and drag midi out. Right click on the file again and scroll up to Groove Clip Looping. Now drag out until you're happy with the loop you've created. 

2 - Audio Takes/Files/Samples: Same principle applies. 

3 - Playback Loop: Highlight the freshly recorded takes and press "Ctrl+L"

You then can record your creation with Patch Points or direct routing methods to an Aux track.

https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=Menus1.048.html

 

Edited by Will_Kaydo

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