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I have split one track into three clips, then duplicated that track (by right-clicking on it and choosing "Duplicate Track" option), then deleted the middle clip from the first track, and the first and the third clips from the duplicate track. I did so because I wanted to apply some effects to the middle part while keeping the first and the last parts intact. However, after I had applied an effect (reverb) to the middle part of duplicate track (which by now was the only clip on that track), I discovered that same effects were also automatically applied to the clips on the original track. And later, when I cancelled the effects on the original track (by click on "Fx" and then unchoosing the applied effects), cancellation also took place automatically on the duplicate track! So, is it like if you duplicate a track by using "Duplicate Track" option on the menu, whatever effects are applied on the duplicate track, they will also be duplicated on the original one? If so, then I don't quite see the point of it. Can somebody, please, explain what is that needed for?
Hi I'm new to mixing, but generally enjoying using MixPad. However I have an issue which seems to occur after I duplicate some tracks (to pan one left and the other right) - it may be a stupid thing to do, but with the accompaniment central and voices either side sounds good to me! Anyway, the playback stutters and jumps about, making it sound like a broken record. When I export to MP3 the exported file is fine, but I need to be able to adjust levels before exporting, and this is driving me crazy. It's not just this one file, and not just today. Any suggestions??