Joining two clips on the same track, say by clicking the line between them, could really help to keep the tracks "clean" and simple.
When you have to move a section it would make it easier when you only have to move one large bit in stead of 5 smaller.
Think of it as a permanent Group.
We are looking at a solution …
The workaround is to export selection.
This is the most asked for function when I'm teaching Hindenburg to new radio journalists...
Wow. Can't believe this awesome software doesn't have a "join clip" feature yet. Used it all the time in Garageband after I get segments edited the way I want. At least I can select all the clips together and move them around that way.
Any update on this feature? I'm enjoying the trial period now and weighing whether it is worth it for me to purchase the pro version, but the lack of ability to rejoin clips together is really messing with my workflow. I have a lot of little "um"s to remove, and fragmenting a track into dozens of clips is quite frustrating.
+1 on Tom's comment. I had trimmed a music clip and spliced a new ending in, so that it would better match the voiceover timing. I grouped the clips, and then when I went to select a region and duck the music, I found that the app still treats the clips individually in terms of the volume envelope handles. I had to make some splits, eyeball some fades, and do a lot of sliding around to get it close. What I thought would take me 15 seconds took me an hour. I've ended up going back to Reaper for now. Man! I was just getting excited about to this app. ;(
Tom Tenney commented
I was trying to do this today, and was surprised I couldn't merge/glue/marry clips - whatever you want to call it. I was trying to use the "duck" method but I needed to duck several clips at once and apparently that doesn't work.
Nick Dunkerley (Hindenburg) commented
This is an excellent idea (i have the same idea) and I hope we can find a way of doing that in the future