10.3. Markers edition

Markers are useful to set "regions" in your audio file.
Quickly add a marker by clicking on the "m" key on your keyboard.

Markers edition in Wavosaur
You can handle the markers with keyboard shortcuts, menu or the marker toolbar:

Markers toolbar

To kill one marker at once, select it with the mouse, click the left mouse button and press the DELETE key without releasing the left mouse button.
You can also rignt click on the marker and a popup-menu with delete will appear.
you can drag the markers with the mouse (left click and drag).


Some features in Wavosaur automatically insert markers :

- record
- auto detect region
- set markers at BPM

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