cut and paste/timecode 2011-11-07 07:40:14 Hey, I bought this track on juno download and it has a skipping sound every so often but only in the right channel, I thought I'd be able to edit it out somehow with a low pass filter because it's a high pitch skipping noise. My sister had the bright idea of copying the section from the left channel and pasting over the corrupt info in the right channel... +1.Here's what it looks like in Audacity:Very curious to me that the skip noise is only positive and not negative... can you explain that and can you tell me what those numbers indicate anyway? the 1, 0, -1 measuring the waveform that is. Also what is the difference between the dark blue and light blue in the wave? Would really appreciate those few questions answered, but here's the real beef of the problem...I was able to find out how to select the portion of corrupt audio and holding shift and pushing up I could select the same area of the other channel, copy it, shift back down to the corrupt channel and paste the good channel's section over it. I know I need to make sure the beginning and end of the selections are zeroed so it all flows together without abrupt changes in levels.I think my mistake was setting the sample format to 16-bit right off the bat instead of leaving it at 32-bit float until the project was ready to be exported at which time I could convert to the original format of 16-bit. The reason I think I made a mistake was after a few edits I notice the waveform was being altered even after my highlighted selection... just by a smidgen but I'm trying to keep the file bit-exact aside from my selected edits.I've heard the Audacity does not work well for exact timing of audio, would you recommend the best program I'd want to use? Possibly Cubase?Thanks for any help!