The audio editor is displayed when an audio region is selected.
The audio arranger refers to the arranger section of the audio editor.
The arranger shows the following indicators and controls.
Changing the Amplitude#
The amplitude of the clip can be changed by clicking and dragging the orange horizontal line up or down.
Fade in/out positions can be changed by clicking and dragging near the top where the fade in ends or where the fade out starts.
The cursor will change to a resize left/right cursor.
Fade curviness can be changed by clicking and dragging the body of fades upwards or downwards.
The cursor will change to a resize up cursor.
Audio parts can be selected by clicking and dragging in the bottom half of the arranger.
The cursor will change to a range selection cursor.
Audio functions are logic that can be applied to transform the selected audio part.
The following functions are available.
Invert the polarity of the audio.
- Normalize Peak
Normalize the audio so that its peak is 0dB.
- Linear Fade In
Fade the audio from silence to full amplitude.
- Linear Fade Out
Fade the audio from full amplitude to silence.
Shift the audio by 1 sample backward or forward.
Reverse the audio (play back backwards).
- External Program
Run an external program (such as Audacity) to edit the audio.
The selected program will be run with the path to a temporary file as an argument. Normally, the application will open that file, otherwise you will have to open it manually.
You can select and copy the path in the dialog.
Once you’ve made your changes to the file, close the external app and press OK. Zrythm will then apply your changes to the selected audio part.
The length of the audio must stay exactly the same, otherwise this operation will fail.
- Guile Script
Not available yet.