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How to do in E.O.F #3

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Best Answer raynebc, 02 December 2018 - 01:50 PM

The easier thing to do would be to try to select part of the chart (use "Edit>Set start point" and "Edit>Set end point" to mark the current seek position) and use "File>Export chart range" to save that part of the chart (and audio) to another folder. Go to the full post »


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Offline   Fedro

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Hello everyone.
Here I am trying to cut one. psarc already done in two.
I explain myself I try to erase the beginning of a track of a piece already made by someone else for myself.

The piece in question is Eruption/You Really Got Me of Van Halen.

So I try to delete the beginning of the song with E.O.F to start only with "You Really Got Me"

Is there a way to do that simply with E.O.F

Thanks.

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✓  Best Answer
The easier thing to do would be to try to select part of the chart (use "Edit>Set start point" and "Edit>Set end point" to mark the current seek position) and use "File>Export chart range" to save that part of the chart (and audio) to another folder.

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Double post sorry

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Thank you very much @raynebc for your return.
It seems to work but I will tested later.