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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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Overlaps

With stacked takes, each take occupies the same place in time, stacked up in a sort of pile. This, of course, is unique to digital recording because we are not stuck using a linear medium like tape. So what happens when you record something right on top of something else? It creates an overlap, and it looks like what you see in Figure 6.2.

Figure 6.2 Two takes overlapped.

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Now Nuendo can only play one event at a time on a single audio track, so the two takes will never be mixed together and heard. The one on top will be the one that is heard. In Figure 6.2 notice how there are diagonal lines indicating where the events are overlapped. ...

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