A perfect four-bar part. I copy it (into the clipboard). I want to quickly make 31 copies of it (say it’s drums), each copy appended to the tail end of the one before. Is there a quick way to do this?
I’ve added a ‘Create phantom copies’ menu to the future list. Currently you can only do it manually with the mouse. To avoid doing the clone drag 31 times, you could start by doing 3 of them, select the 4 events and clone drag them to get 8, 12, 16, select the 16 and … you get the picture.
Also, just curious, what is the ETA of the finished documentation (filling in the “To DO” sections)?
Judging from the feedback on this forum, there have been plenty of requests for feature implementation and no requests for the guide so far. So I chose to dedicate my time to coding. I was hoping people would point out specific areas in the guide that they wanted clarified, so that I could make occasional additions to the guide. Any particular page you had in mind?
That’s a good solution for now; if it’s an easy thing to implement could you do it soon? That is probably my MOST used function in other sequencers since, as you know, house music is largely repetitive.
Yes, by all means, implement those feature sets first…you know, when I finally come to completely understand this program maybe I’ll write an entire manual for it in PDF, since that’s what used to be my day job, technical documentation. Anyway, for the next documentation priorities could write the section on Markers and the Sound Editor? Thanks.