What is editing?


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What is editing?

In this chapter, we are going to take a look at editing digital audio. We will take a look at what it looks like, what it sounds like, and what's possible. Now, digital audio is really exciting, in terms of editing. It's really the most flexible way to work with audio, ever. It's both nonlinear, which means we can take things and move them all around in time-- we are not stuck on a piece of tape that's moving across a playhead--and it's also nondestructive, which means that we can take our original recorded file and then manipulate copies or parts of that file without destroying the initial recording.

This might sound like not that big a deal if you are used to working with computers. But if you are used to working with tape machines and some of the other recording devices, it's really a big difference in terms of what we're able to do. Now editing is typically working with the visual representation of a digital audio file, so it has become much more of a visu...

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