The following sections may help you better understand and use Asymmetric Trimming, so you may find it helpful to read them first:
The Using and configuring the trimming tools section in Appendix B, Details on Trimming, Slipping, Sliding, and Segment Mode, specifically the portion that details using the Shift+Click method to add or remove Trim Rollers
The Introduction section of this chapter
The Using the option/Alt + Add Edit method to stay in sync recipe of this chapter
Asymmetric Trimming is the "King of Trim". While Asymmetric Trimming is an indispensable feature, it can sometimes be a challenging concept. However, it is well worth your time and effort to understand it and to master it.
First, what does Asymmetric Trimming mean? Simply, it means trimming in opposite directions at the same time. While this might sound strange, what Asymmetric Trimming is doing is shortening or lengthening the tracks by the same duration. However, instead of the Trim...