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What is a sequence?

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Descript makes it easy to drag and drop media files into compositions, but what about working with multitrack voice recordings that you want to keep in sync? That's what sequences are for.

Think of a sequence as a virtual container. It allows you to group multiple files together (i.e., different speakers from the same interview) and edit narrative media in a unified script as if it was all part of a single track.

When editing a sequence in your composition, all of the underlying sequence tracks retain their alignment — so everything stays in sync.

How a sequence differs from a traditional multitrack editor

Sequences allow you to have more granular control over individual audio tracks without sacrificing the simplicity of editing in the main Script Editor .

For example, sequences allow you to adjust the volume or effects for individual tracks without affecting the other tracks. You can also remove unwanted background noises or cross-talk on a per-track basis while maintaining the original cadence of your recording.

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  • This doesn't address if there is an order that you drag and drop the files to ensure they line up properly... and, it doesn't address, and nothing I can find does,

    if you have multiple tracks for one speaker (due to technical issues and Streamyard generates multiple tracks)... how to then get those all lined up.

    They are dragged in on the same starting point, which of course is not right for the second or third track of the 1 speaker.   So frustrating

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