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Terms and abbreviations being used for DigaSystem Audio Editors' documentation and inside the program.

STESingleTrack EditorDigaSystem Audio Editor variant providing two screens: RMS, STS
ETEEasyTrack EditorDigaSystem Audio Editor variant providing four screens: ETS, RBS, RMS, STS
MTEMultiTrack EditorDigaSystem Audio Editor variant providing all four screens: MTS, RBS, RMS, STS
STSSingleTrack screenScreen to edit one track. See Program Overview
ETSEasyTrack screenScreen to edit three tracks. See Program Overview
MTSMultiTrack screenScreen to edit an arbitrary number of tracks. See Program Overview
RBSReporter Box screenScreen for special interview optimized workflow. See Program Overview
RMSRecord Mode screenScreen to record new audio. See Program Overview


workspaces with different work areas inside DigaSystem Audio EditorsSee Program Overview
panedockable or floating tool areasSee Program Overview
timelineactual working area representing the audio timeline
trackthe timeline consists of one or more tracksEach track represents a stereo audio timeline. Several tracks are mixed to one stereo output. (Except for channel routing, see specific page.)
Clipboard paneContainer which holds available media objects to work with.To be distinguished from the Windows clipboard, which is also used by Audio Editors
clipboardWindows clipboard which holds data for cut, copy and paste operationsDistinguish from Audio Editors' Clipboard pane, which is a visible container for media objects.

acceleratorkeyboard shortcutDigaSystem Audio Editors' accelerators are completely configurable.
toolbarbar with most usual control items (usually on top of the window)As usual for most Windows applications.
tooltipbubble help appearing when hovering the mouse over an itemAs usual for most Windows applications.
context menua menu appearing when right-clicking on a specific elementAs usual for most Windows applications.

takeaudio object represented by a file or database entryTakes are never overwritten or changed by DigaSystem Audio Editors. All editing is non-destructive.
clipreference to a take or parts of a take

rendering (also to render)

applying audio manipulation functions (question)When audio is played out from the editor's timeline, edit operations are applied on it. This includes cuts, fading, effects, mixing, etc. This processing is called rendering and occurs for playout and saving the timeline in different contexts.

can mean object selection (audio objects, clipboard objects, MTS tracks, etc.)

can mean time range selection in timeline

time range

mark in

mark out

in editors' timeline a range between mark in and mark out is called time range selection
timecodeTime of day for a position inside the trackThis is the recording time (as defined in an audio's meta data) plus the timeline position

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