The note editor has CC lanes below it where you can edit pitch data, you may have to add it if it isn't there. If you have data it should show up. Double click on the clip to open it in the editor.
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By "clip", do you mean the audio clip in the audio pool? So when you bring that clip into the arrangement you find its out of tune?
If you want to adjust that clip (now, an audio event once you drag the clip into the arrangement), open the Track Inspector [F4], and select in the Transpose field, the pitch in semitones, there. Then you could bounce the event which will create a new clip in your audio pool. The original clip in the pool, remains unchanged.
If you're talking about MIDI or instrument notes, the term clip is not used (per Studio One definitions anyway).
Then, you have many ways to adjust pitch, be it the track inspector, chord track, event editor, and as Tacman7 pointed out.
Oh yeah, in the event editor, for MIDI notes, you can select a range of notes, and adjust compression, levels, quantization and so on right within that based on percentages or other ways.
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