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MERGE a Block of Mix Data
The
Merge Process
allows you to create a composite
Mix
consisting of your current
Mix
and a second
Mix
file chosen from the current
Title
. The
Merging
process involves
overlaying the data from one file to another.
Defining a Mix Data Block to MERGE
1. Defining a block of
Mix
data in a
Merge
process is identical to the method used in
Repeat.
Choose the
Channels
and specific
Mix Events
over the required time
period (see above).
2. It’s important to remember that the data block definition here differs from the
Repeat Process
in that it applies to the
Merging
data. The channels, events and
time period specified will be those
Merged
into your current
Mix
.
Selecting the Mix File to MERGE
1. Below the
Range From
and
Range To
boxes is the
Mix
box. This box specifies the
Mix
file containing the data you want to
Merge
into your
Mix
.
2. Click into the
Mix
box. A list appears showing all of the
Mixes
saved in the current
Title
. Click the name of the
Mix
you want to
Merge
into your current file. The
name of the source
Mix
appears in the
Mix
box.
Once you’ve defined the range of channels, events, time and source file click
Process
. The
source
Mix
is
Merged
with the current
Mix
.
Note:
The
X-Fade
time applies to
Fader Levels
as described in
Repeat
above, in addition,
ALL
selected events on selected channels within the current
Mix
are replaced by the events
from the source
Mix
file.
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