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The Arrange Window: An Overview of the Arrange Window • The Arrange Area • The Toolbar • The Inspector • The Transport Bar • The Media Area • The Audio Bin • The Loop Browser • The Library • The File Browser • The Notes Area • Project Notes • Track Notes • The Lists Area • The Event List • The Marker List • The Tempo List • The Mixer • The Sample Editor • The Piano Roll Editor • The Score Editor • The Hyper Editor • Local Menu Bars • Tool Menus • The Bar Ruler • Cycle Mode • Global Tracks • Working with Folders • Screensets
Tracks and Channel Strips: The Track Header • Creating Tracks and Channel Strips • The New Tracks Dialog Box • Track Parameters • Deleting Tracks • Selecting Tracks • Moving Tracks • Naming Tracks • Assigning Tracks • Zooming Tracks • Muting Tracks • Soloing Tracks • Record-Enabling Tracks • Freezing Tracks • Hiding Tracks • Protecting Tracks • Bounce In Place
Recording Audio: Setting the Project Sample Rate • Setting the Project Bit Depth • Setting the Metronome • Software Monitoring • Choosing the Recording Path • Recording File Types • Recording a Single Take • Recording Additional Takes • Recording Multiple Takes • Multitrack Recording • Punch Recording • Locators • Recording in Replace Mode • Deleting Audio Recordings
Recording MIDI: Recording a Single MIDI Take • Recording Additional MIDI Takes • Recording Multiple MIDI Takes • MIDI Multitrack Recording • MIDI Merge Recording • MIDI Replace Recording • Capture as Recording Retrospectively • Filtering MIDI Events • MIDI Punch Recording • MIDI Step Input Recording • Using the Step Input Keyboard • Using the Caps Lock Keyboard
Editing Audio: Take Folders • Previewing Takes • Toggling Take Folder Editing Mode • Comping Takes • Editing Comps • Resizing Take Regions • Cutting Take Folder and Take Regions • Moving Take Folders and Take Regions • Duplicating Comps • Creating New Comps • Renaming Takes or Comps • Deleting Takes or Comps • Exporting and Moving Takes or Comps to New Tracks • Flattening and Merging Take Folders • Unpacking Take Folders • Packing Regions into Takes • Using Flex Time • Flex Modes • Flex Markers • The Flex Tool • Making Tempo and Pitch Adjustments with Varispeed • The Sample Editor • Navigating Audio Files in the Sample Editor • Selecting Audio in the Sample Editor • Using the Pencil Tool • Trimming Audio • Silencing Audio • Changing Audio Levels • Normalizing Audio • Audio Fades • Creating Backups in the Sample Editor • The Digital Factory • Time and Pitch Machine • Groove Machine • Audio Energizer • Silencer • Audio to Score • Quantize Engine • Audio to MIDI Groove Template
Editing MIDI: The Piano Roll Editor • The Piano Roll Grid • The Piano Roll Info Display • Creating and Editing Note Events • Piano Roll Snap Settings • Hyper Draw • The Event List • Filtering the Event List • Creating and Editing Events in the Event List • The Hyper Editor • Creating and Editing Events in the Hyper Editor • Event Definitions • Hyper Sets • The Score Editor • Displaying MIDI in the Score Editor • Using Display Settings • Creating and Editing Events in the Score Editor • Printing a Score • The Transform Window • Transform Sets • Humanize Preset • Transform Window Parameters • MIDI Out • MIDI Activity Display • Converting MIDI to Audio
Mixing: Channel Strip Types • Channel Strip Controls • Mixer Groups • Muting Channels • Soloing Channels • Adjusting Levels • Choosing Pan Positions • Using Effects • Routing Audio with Insert Effects • Routing Audio with Send Effects • Controlling Signal Flow • Using Aux Channels • Applying Send Effects to Submixes • Output Channel Strips • Surround Panning • Binaural Panning • MIDI Channel Strips • Saving MIDI Channel Strip Settings • Mixer Views • Mixer Track Notes • I/O Labels
Automating the Mix: Displaying Automation • Automation Modes • Creating Automation • Selecting Automation • Editing Automation • Deleting Automation • Automating MIDI with Hyper Draw • Creating and Editing Offline Automation • Recording Live Automation • Using Control Surfaces
Bouncing Your Project: Preparing the Bounce • Setting the Bounce Range • The Bounce Window • Template Tips for Bouncing • Burning the Bounce to Disc • Choosing the Bounce File Destination • Dithering
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