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Offline StPatric

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Roland R-07 dual recording post production question ?
« on: May 20, 2019, 06:39:03 PM »
OK so here's the deal,

I recently did a recording on my Roland R-07 in dual recording mode. Where you set the first tracks levels and it will record a second track @ 20 db lower. It was an acoustic set so I push the first track levels higher than I normally do. With the attention of using the second recording for all the added noise between tracks where on the first recording is fucking hot from clapping and stuff.

I thought I read somewhere after buying the recorder that either in the unit itself or an app from Roland lets you merge the two tracks together using only the second track when the first is too hot and is clipping ?

Both tracks came out exactly how I wanted them too. Now I am looking for a very easy way to edit both recordings together as one. Then move on to other programs/apps I use for post productions.

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Re: Roland R-07 dual recording post production question ?
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2019, 03:38:45 PM »
Just need to know how to do a basic insert edit.
Of the bottom recording into the top recording.
And keeping the two in sync with each other.

That's is all I need help with at this point.
The rest I know how to do.
Looking for the easiest way of doing this.

I also do use Adobe Audition 3 at times if that is easier to do ?

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Re: Roland R-07 dual recording post production question ?
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2019, 02:11:42 PM »
If I understand you correctly, you might want to try a simple copy > paste.

Open each file in a new session. You can increase / decrease the gain as necessary. Then copy one recording and paste it over the other.

BTW, I looked through the R-07 documentation and the only info  could find about "merging" files on the R-07 itself seemed to be more of an "append" file rather than what you are attempting.

 

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