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Does S1 have Transpose/Tune configure onTrack?
Where are there?
I see Transpose/Tune on Event, but I can't see those on Track. :(
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by robertgray3 on Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:39 pm
I'm not entirely sure if it does for Audio Tracks but I know it does for Instrument Tracks, its in the Inspector for the selected Track (press F4), on some displays you may need to resize some of the vertical windows / elements in the Inspector to see it. They packed a lot of stuff in there which is useful, but a big downside is that occasionally some information will be hidden due to other information being expanded.

You can select multiple events and transpose them too, not sure if that helps

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by Jemusic on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:26 am
Audio Tracks can certainly be transposed and tuned. Click on the audio event of interest. Open the Inspector. Press F4. Make sure you can see all three panes in the inspector to the left. Lift them up if necessary using the borders between them. Bottom pane contains parameters for transposing and tuning.

This will change pitch and maintain timing.

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by robertgray3 on Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:06 am
Jemusic wroteAudio Tracks can certainly be transposed and tuned. Click on the audio event of interest. Open the Inspector. Press F4. Make sure you can see all three panes in the inspector to the left. Lift them up if necessary using the borders between them. Bottom pane contains parameters for transposing and tuning.

This will change pitch and maintain timing.


Correct me if I’m wrong, but entire Audio Tracks cannot be transposed, only individual Audio events can. Entire Instrument tracks do have a transpose field in the inspector.

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by Bbd on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:11 am
You are correct robertgray3.

This is from Help:

To transpose any audio Event, select it and open the Inspector by pressing [F4] on the keyboard or clicking on the Inspector button above the Track Column. Then enter a value in the Transpose field, from -24 to +24 semitones.

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by Jemusic on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:26 pm
Entire audio tracks can be transposed or tuned by simply selecting all the audio events on a track. Then enter the transpose or tune parameter in the lower pane in the inspector. Then all the audio events on that track will be shifted by the transpose/tune parameters set. You don't have to set transpose/tune for each event on an audio track at a time. This does all of them at once. This is actually useful as you may want to fine tune audio events then one by one after.

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by robertgray3 on Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:23 pm
Jemusic wroteEntire audio tracks can be transposed or tuned by simply selecting all the audio events on a track. Then enter the transpose or tune parameter in the lower pane in the inspector. Then all the audio events on that track will be shifted by the transpose/tune parameters set. You don't have to set transpose/tune for each event on an audio track at a time. This does all of them at once. This is actually useful as you may want to fine tune audio events then one by one after.


Well the reason that I mentioned it is that you can’t transpose an Audio track and have additional events placed on the track later be transposed without manual input. You CAN do that with Instrument tracks. It comes up every now and then and I felt like pointing it out would help him from wasting time searching for it :)

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by Jemusic on Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:14 pm
Another point of view might be suppose you transpose all the events on an audio track down by a tone say because you have decided to make the arrangement play out in a different key. One would assume then that any new material placed on said audio track will be in the new key anyway and you would NOT want them to be transposed like the previous events. Can you see the logic?

With instrument tracks it is a little different. If you have got an instrument track set to transpose say down a tone, then any new input on that track will be transposed down already forcing you to play a tone higher in order to get it to match what is there already.

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by jpettit on Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:42 pm
Don't forget the Chord Track shifts both instrument and audio tracks globally.

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by naohta on Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:30 pm
Thanks all! :thumbup:

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