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    Kazu Takeda commented  · 

    Was having the same problem, but realized the sequence I was going to nest had TC Start Time 00:00:00:00. I was able to make a nested sequence that retained the timecode. It's maddening that, when I nest a sequence, it asks me to name the nested sequence; then, it nests the original sequence and creates a new sequence that isn't nested. Shouldn't it be the other way around?

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    Kazu Takeda commented  · 

    It'd be great to be able to make the waveforms taller in the Source Monitor when auditioning quiet sound effect (see pic):

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    Kazu Takeda commented  · 

    I totally agree with Anonymous. However, I do concede that, if I increase the track height (ex. by double clicking on the area to the left of the mic icon on the track I'm working on), the waveform does get "taller" so I can see where the sounds are:

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