Multitrack Studio - how do you build a full arrangement from audio clips

edited March 12 in General

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/multitrackstudio-for-ipad/id776998585?mt=8
I can't find any good tutorials there's this but can hardly hear what he is saying and there's no song arrangement info

Also nothing in the manual

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  • I don’t really use it much these days but the way to arrange multiple audio clips together is using the song editor which gives a global overview. The editor is in the drop down menu top right.

  • edited March 12

    If you’re working strictly audio clips you will likely move back and forth between the track editors and the Song Editor, which allows you to cut/copy/paste and insert across all tracks...

    Load clips in seperate audio tracks to make your sections, then move to Song Editor to duplicate etc, then back to tracks to build your next block...

  • What are you using now, or what are you used to?

  • @Littlewoodg @Carnbot Thanks for info - is the sequencing timeline based (horizantal) or in colums (vertical) I'am going to email the dev - a more concise manual is needed.

  • @stormbeats said:
    @Littlewoodg @Carnbot Thanks for info - is the sequencing timeline based (horizantal) or in colums (vertical) I'am going to email the dev - a more concise manual is needed.

    Timeline based...u may want to look/compare the manual from the iPad version with the one on the website for the PC/MAC manual. Not all features are available on both but there is a lot of overlap. The workflow is similar in many ways to the other iOS timeline DAWs except that each audio or midi track opens as a separate window with dedicated editing tools and format (midi has piano roll, drum pattern or score format) for each track. The song editor and multi-midi editor are for addressing all tracks at once...

  • @Littlewoodg said:

    @stormbeats said:
    @Littlewoodg @Carnbot Thanks for info - is the sequencing timeline based (horizantal) or in colums (vertical) I'am going to email the dev - a more concise manual is needed.

    Timeline based...u may want to look/compare the manual from the iPad version with the one on the website for the PC/MAC manual. Not all features are available on both but there is a lot of overlap. The workflow is similar in many ways to the other iOS timeline DAWs except that each audio or midi track opens as a separate window with dedicated editing tools and format (midi has piano roll, drum pattern or score format) for each track. The song editor and multi-midi editor are for addressing all tracks at once...

    @Littlewoodg ok cheers for info

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