There are several options. Use whichever is most convenient at the time.
Before dragging an audio clip, select in both the audio and the label track.
Note that you can add / remove tracks to the current selection by holding down the “Ctrl” key and click on the “Select” button on the left hand end of a track.
Select both the required audio and the labels (see “Method 1”).
“Cut” (Ctrl + X) the audio and labels.
Select both the audio track and label track at the place that you want to paste.
“Paste” (Ctrl + V)
That’s very helpful thank you. I did try that one but it seems like a universal option that “sync-locks” all tracks. Did I get that right? What if I only want to sync-lock one audio track and one label track? Is that possible?
I did not expect a reply this soon. Highly appreciated, thanks!
Can I just add some support for the idea of being able to attach labels/tags to individual clips (in addition to the labels track). Some of the uses I would see for this would be marking sections of a piece of music (e.g. ‘vocal entry’ or ‘middle eight’) or marking up an interview with ‘questions’. If the labels could be attached to clips, then final assembly/editing of podcasts or radio features, where clips are often moved about on the time-line, could be really speeded up.