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 +===== Sample pop-up menu =====
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 +When long-pressing a sample piece, a menu pops up with the following items:
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 +  * **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.
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 +==== Repeat dialog ====
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 +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!
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 +  * **# 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'​.
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