For anyone who has ever done any manual editing inside a DAW - they’ll understand how useful “back-filling” gaps (where audio has been split) can be.
This is especially true when working with sources like multi-track drums, and / or percussion tracks where manual editing or a slicing workflow is preferred over time compression / expansion style quantizing.
In this video I demonstrate how the Fill Gaps command can be used when Manual Editing in PreSonus Studio One. An extremely useful command when editing sources like multi-track drums.
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