24 bit and punch in

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24 bit and punch in

Post by musicstuff » Thu Mar 09, 2006 2:19 am

I was wondering if 24 bit is in the future for MultiQ, and on the fly punchin repairs.
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Re: 24 bit and punch in

Post by GoldWave Inc. » Thu Mar 09, 2006 5:49 pm

24 bit support and multichannel support are planned for Multiquence. Punch-in is possible (sort of) if you are using recording sections. You'd move the edit marker to the place you want to re-record within the recording section and play the project to start recording (the recording section must be in record mode).

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Post by blindahl » Sun Sep 10, 2006 2:58 am

any idea what the time frame might be for 24-bit? i'm in the process of learning multiquence, with the eventual goal of doing some multi-track recordings of my band. i'll be upgrading to a 24-bit 196khz sound card in the relatively near future, and i'd like to be able to use it to it's full potential.

not looking for specifics... but are we talking weeks? months? years? :)

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Post by GoldWave Inc. » Wed Sep 13, 2006 1:07 am

Definitely many months.

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Punch in

Post by gravy6 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:52 am

GoldWave Inc. wrote:24 bit support and multichannel support are planned for Multiquence. Punch-in is possible (sort of) if you are using recording sections. You'd move the edit marker to the place you want to re-record within the recording section and play the project to start recording (the recording section must be in record mode).

Chris

Chris, Can you give more instructions on how to PUNCH IN. I'm recording long voice only narrations and would like to punch in instead of going back and editing.

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Re: 24 bit and punch in

Post by GoldWave Inc. » Mon Mar 10, 2014 11:18 am

It would be easier to use GoldWave for recording. Although you can do it in Multiquence, it involves setting the recording sections to playback mode to find the punch-in point to move the marker, then back again to recording mode to record. If you don't get it right every time, you could end up erasing the recording and there's no way to undo after.

Chris

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