410 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 9, 2006 6:09 AM by mr.loop
Not sure I understand the question entirely, but to actually see the waveform, you need to have it set in preferences for Logic to create the overview immediately after recording.
If that is set, ten you need to zoom vertically enough to see the contents of the region.
If you're talking about viewing a stereo file in the sample editor, the top of the zero axis line is the right side of the audio file, and below the zero line is the left side.
Did any of that help?
Thanks for the help but what i want to be able to do is view both wave forms (as you see them in the sample editor) in the arrange window...
With pro tools ..when you have a stereo track, both of it's waveforms are visible in the main arrange window so that they can be edited from there... without having to go to a seperate window (like the sample editor)..
i get the feeling this can't be done...
G5 Dual 2Ghz Mac OS X (10.4.7)
disable universal track mode in the hardware and driver section. then every stereo track you create will record split stereo files instead of stereo interleaved files.of course the files you recorded until now are interleaved so you will have to make them split stereo.i think there is an option in the audio window