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Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by andyxr » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:22 pm

Flame me.. How the HELL do I delete a track? Have looked online and in the manual, but I'm stumped!

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Re: Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by CEIsar » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:42 pm

Press"Edit"and then "delete track" maybe? :)
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Re: Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by supanorton » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:48 pm

Go to the wave form edit screen, tap the area on the left with the controls. After you tap it, you should see a highlight around it. Next, tap the edit tab, there should be an option for "delete track". You can also delete regions of a track the same way, except you tap the region you want to delete; in the edit menu, tap "delete region". Don't have Auria in front of me right now, but that's pretty much how it works.

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Re: Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by pitzipado » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:53 pm

In the edit window touch the track number(far left) track will become outlined in blue
select edit then delete track Auria will ask if you're sure select yes and it'll be gone

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Re: Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by andyxr » Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:23 pm

Duh! :oops:
Thank-you, all!

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Post by andyxr » Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:20 pm

PS Now Auria crashes every single time I try to delete a track. Anyone seen that? I'm only deleting empty tracks, too. No effects. No waveform.

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Re: Ok, dumb ass Q from a not-so-newbie user..

Post by WAURIA D » Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:37 pm

Are you deleting while tracks are playing? I'm on a iPad 1 and I spent a lot of time "trying" to crash Auria. I noticed almost all my crashes happened when I tried doing too much too fast while the song was running. Surprisingly, I don't have many crashes at all.

To delete multiple tracks: I hit the multi-select tool button, choose all the tracks I want to delete, hit edit, and delete all the unwanted tracks at once. This is very helpful when you load 24+ tracks by mistake.

Hope this helps
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