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I'm trying to remix a song, and I've cut an audio event (referencing its own clip) into slices. Is there a way to use these slices to make a rhythmic beat, as if each slice were a drum pad (other than manually copying and pasting events)?

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    Well, yes - this is one of the core functions of a DAW, or various other tools which let you add repeats etc. – Doktor Mayhem Apr 18 '14 at 19:52
  • @DrMayhem That's not what I meant; rather than duplicating each syllable every time I wanted to use it again, I'd use them as...er...samples. – ksoo Apr 18 '14 at 21:15
  • I was hoping that was what you meant:-) Yes, why not just use them as samples :-) – Doktor Mayhem Apr 18 '14 at 21:41
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    @DrMayhem Maybe he doesn't know how to use them as samples. That's kinda his question. – Von Huffman Apr 19 '14 at 2:22
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I figured it out! While using Groove Agent SE, you can just drag the audio parts or slices you want onto the pad you want them on; then you can just "Create Drum Map From Instrument" and then edit the drum part in the drum editor thing like normal.

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