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Sample pop-up menu

When long-pressing a sample piece, a menu pops up with the following items:

  • Offline fx: opens the Offline effects menu where you can apply certain effects to the selected sample only.
  • Cut/Copy: cuts or copies the sample to the internal clipboard. For pasting, enter the Edit Range mode and press the Paste button (or from the 'Other' menu on phones).
  • Remove: removes the piece from the track (nothing gets deleted from disk, this is all non-destructive!)
  • Repeat: opens the Repeat dialog, see below.
  • Attach to previous/next sample: moves the selected sample piece so that it perfectly touches the next/previous sample piece without gaps.
  • Save to audio file: saves the selected sample piece as a new file. Very useful if you first want to edit non-destructively by for instance trimming and/or splitting your sample, and then saving the result physically to disk.
  • Remove track: removes the complete track that the selected sample piece is on.
  • Rename track: renames the track that the selected sample piece is on.

Repeat dialog

With the repeat dialog you can create loops of the selected sample piece. If you for instance have a kick or snare sample that you would like to have repeated every x beats, this is the tool to use!

  • # repeats: you guessed it, this is the number of times the sample piece gets copied.
  • Interval: the gap between successive sample pieces. The definition of 'between' depends on the next option. Set the interval unit with the combo box. For musical repeats, use 'beats' for example. Bars/beats/notes are determined by the tempo and time signature options in the Project settings.
  • Between regions: 'Unchecked' means that the interval is measured from start of the sample piece to the start of the next (copied) sample piece. 'Checked' means that the interval is measured from the end of the sample piece to the start of the next (copied) sample piece. So 'checked' is really 'in between'.
sample_pop-up_menu.txt · Last modified: 2016/08/30 12:01 (external edit)