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    wings of my soul

    lovely, Christine - just what I needed at this time
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    Copy Range Using Mouse

    Hi Sebastian and thankyou for the reply. Perhaps i should describe the problem and ask how Samplitude provides a solution - a more positive approach I like to record improvised instrumentals and then micro edit those performances - selecting segments of various sizes (single notes, phrases, parts of notes) from each track and shifting those segments about and repeating them etc etc. In reaper I can ctrl+drag a marquee selection of a track (like an object) and this makes a copy which I can drag about and place where I like. What would be the native Samplitude approach to that type of editing task? thanks for any suggestions, Greg EDIT - with a little more experimentation I understand a little more of Samplitude and have improved how I use the method suggested by Kraznet- thanks again to everyone
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    Copy Range Using Mouse

    thanks Kraznet - I have now got back to my machine and your solution seems most lke what i was looking for. reaper is the DAW that allows this in an easier form. The problem I see with the Samplitude version is that the original object from which the segments are copied in now altered and needs to be 'healed' Greg
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    Copy Range Using Mouse

    Thanks for the advice everyone - sorry for late reply but i am travelling and cant get to the net much or try the solutions for a few more weeks. Appreciate the help, greg
  5. Is there a method for selecting a segment of an object and dragging it with the mouse to another track. Basically a drag and drop copy of a range. I see how to copy a range using ctrl+C, but I would like to be able to click and hold with the mouse on a range of an object then drag that range to another position, let go the mouse and thereby paste it to the new position thanks for any help, Greg
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