Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

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Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby Flavorkeys » 19:29, 12 August 2017

Help, I am trying to edit a certain lead sound in a studio set of my to not sound in the lowest octave and I have moved the cursor over to the little keyboard shown to the right of the sound and see I can edit lower range to show C#0 instead of the lowest C but the keyboard isn't shrinking to show it and the lead sound still sounds at bottom. What am I doing wrong? I gotta be missing something obvious???
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Re: Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby CobraJet » 20:40, 12 August 2017

I believe you have to turn the keyboard part on, with the little dot, then you will see the keyboard shrink to your desired size.
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Re: Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby scramble » 22:29, 12 August 2017

Yes, that sounds like it. If a part's keyboard switch is turned off then the part will still make a sound as long as that part is the currently selected part. But you can't change the range for it when it's in that state.
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Re: Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby Flavorkeys » 23:49, 12 August 2017

Yes, guys that was the trick, also you gotta spin the data wheel around a few times before it starts shrinking.
Thank you !
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Re: Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby Gatorjohn » 02:29, 13 August 2017

You can also just press the key where you want it.
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Re: Editing the keyboard range of a sound in a studio set

Postby bennyseven » 20:26, 13 August 2017

Gatorjohn wrote:You can also just press the key where you want it.


Don't forget to hold SHIFT when pressing the key.
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