Undo, Redo, and Use the History Panel on Audio and Music


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Undoing, redoing, and using the History panel

All right! I'm going to go and open a file we've already worked with called maya_intro_raw. Now, if you have been watching the previous movies in this chapter, you've seen me use the Undo command several times. So, for example, if I zoom in a bit to the beginning, and I select this little bit of silence here and delete it, I can as with many other applications take back the last action I performed by choosing Edit > Undo. Notice that Undo is followed by the description of what I did, in this case Undo Delete Audio, so I have a clear understanding of exactly what I'm undoing.

So I'll choose that and the part that I deleted is now restored. As you might expect, Audition also has a Redo command. So if I change my mind again and decide that I do want to, in fact, get rid of that selection, I can just choose Edit > Redo Delete Audio, and now it's gone again. The commands for Undo and Redo are fairly universal. It's Command or Ctrl+Z on Windows for Undo, and ...

Undoing, redoing, and using the History panel
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Undoing, redoing, and using the History panel provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training

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Audio + Music Video
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