Simple splicing of WAVs is not nulling like it always has and should... wtf?

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connorhawke
Thu May 16, 2019 3:08 am

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Simple splicing of WAVs is not nulling like it always has and should... wtf?

Sometimes I splice two or more versions of a track together by simply pasting the wavs on the playlist, resize each wav to the desired portion of the track, no mixer inserts or other edits, export, bam. Should give me a render that nulls with the originals on the corresponding areas. This has worked up until now. Now, on a project I’m working on, a wav I am placing in between two other wavs not only causes the last wav to no longer null, but even after removing the middle wav the last wav fails to null although it did before placing the middle wav in. Weird. It seems the middle wav has special “instructions” whereby once it’s placed in the track it results in a loss of integrity. Anyone able to solve this mystery? I should be finished with this track now but this odd behavior is causing delays. Using FLS on Mac, untested on Windows. Exporting at 32bit/512.


connorhawke
Thu May 16, 2019 2:20 pm

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Re: Simple splicing of WAVs is not nulling like it always has and should... wtf?

HeathW wrote:do a video of a failed attempt tha...
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nucleon
Thu May 16, 2019 7:29 pm

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Re: Simple splicing of WAVs is not nulling like it always has and should... wtf?

For the workaround you need to cut the original...
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connorhawke
Thu May 16, 2019 10:24 pm

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Re: Simple splicing of WAVs is not nulling like it always has and should... wtf?

nucleon wrote:For the workaround you need to cu...
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