Transport

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This is where you'll find playback, recording, loop mode and master volume.

 

Transport

 

hmtoggle_arrow1 Controls

 

Record

Record

Click the recording button to start recording.

R or CTRL+R

Rewind To Start

Rewind To Start

Resets the playback indicator to the start of the project.

[Home]

Rewind

Rewind

Rewinds the playback indicator by a measure or so.

CTRL + ,  (comma)

Play/Stop

Play / Stop

Starts and stops playback at the current playback indicator position.

[Space]

Fast Forward

Fast Forward

Fast forwards the playback indicator by a measure or so.

CTRL + .

Fast Forward To End

Fast Forward To End

Resets the playback indicator to the end of the project.

[End]

Loop Mode

Loop Mode

Click this to toggle loop mode for recording or playback.

CTRL+SHIFT+8

Metronome

Metronome

Toggle the playback, recording or count-in metronomes. Press ALT+P to toggle the playback metronome or ALT+O to toggle the recording metronome.

ALT+P or ALT+O

Punch In / Out

Punch In/Out

Click this to toggle punch in/out recording.

 

 

hmtoggle_arrow1 Recording Timer

 

You can set a recording timer to automatically record for a specific amount of time and then stop automatically.

 

To turn on the recording timer, select "Use Recording Timer..." from the "Mix" menu.  Enter in a number of minutes to record.  (If you only want to record 30 seconds, enter 0.5)

 

To turn off the recording timer, click "Use Recording Timer..." from the "Mix" menu so that it is no longer checked.

 

hmtoggle_arrow1 Playback Time Readout/Display

 

This is the green readout that shows the current playback indicator time or measure and beat position.  In addition, the display will show the current tempo, time signature and key.

 

hmtoggle_arrow1 Master Volume

 

The master volume adjusts the level of the entire mix.  Move the slider left or right to set the desired volume.

 

Master Volume

 

Alternatively, you can right click on the Transport and select "Master Volume" or choose the "Mix" menu followed by clicking "Set Master Volume" followed by picking a level % or specifying an exact value.