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Microphone Month 4


Perfect example of jargon made popular by the explosion of DAW’s. Nudging is a technique for making small adjustments to the placement of audio (or MIDI) segments (a.k.a. “Regions”, “Chunks”, “Objects”, or “Blocks”). Typically the user selects a region of audio, then uses the left/right arrows on the computer keyboard or some other user interface keys to move it one timing increment forward or back in time by some according to the time value increments selected.

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