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  1. Yes, please. The Transform Tool is a great feature and deserves key bindings.
  2. Left click between the Loop Markers when the mouse pointer changes to a magnifier with a down arrow. This will select the section across all tracks. If you only want to select the section in the Time Ruler, right click in Time Ruler and use "Select Loop Region" from context menu.
  3. Just to rule out a faulty keyboard switch (not unusual in my experience), do some tests using the other Shift key on your keyboard. Works here every time.
  4. To add multiple PC modules: Select the tracks to which you want to add a ProChannel module (CTRL-click or swipe along the Track numbers). Press (and hold) CTRL plus right-click inside a ProChannel to insert a new PC module from context menu (to all selected tracks). To open all Track PCs at once, press CTRL and left-click the little expand arrow right next to "ProChannel". Same works for selected tracks.
  5. Your Velocity Compander is a really useful plug-in! The graphical representation of the velocity changes makes it very intuitive to use. Works great! Thank you!
  6. I don't know if this has already been reported but I can reproduce what you see: Right click on a Marker to edit the name brings up a second Marker dialog box after hitting "OK" or "Cancel" of the first dialog box.
  7. Press Shift + Z to disable "Auto Track Zoom".
  8. The "Record Count-in" option is for recording only, i.e. there's no count-in when you start playback. But even if you only want to practice along playback, just record your playing (with count-in) and use "Undo" afterwards. And: It's always possible that you'll record something worth to keep while "just playing/practicing", which otherwise might be not remembered, if not recorded.
  9. Press the "Scroll Lock"-key on your keyboard, this will enable the scrolling again.
  10. Locking and unlocking events in PRV is working here. Do you have "Auto Focus" ON by accident?
  11. Be sure that your wave files are not "ACIDized" in FL before exporting.
  12. Drag and Drop to MIDI track works here. Be sure you have the latest Melodyne Version:
  13. "Convert to Mono" is clip based, so Track Pan has no effect (later stage in signal flow). To "Separate stereo track into two mono tracks" you can use "Bounce to Track" with "Split Mono" option: Track View: Tracks - Bounce to Track(s) - Channel Format - Split Mono In this case panning is affected. Exporting a track with "Split Mono" is also possible.
  14. Klaus

    Troubles importing video

    I have no problems with imported video files, .mp4 and .mov videos are running fine. If a video doesn't work generally but only with some players, it's often because of a missing codec in Windows. I've installed a couple of years ago the "K-Lite Codec Pack", since then all videos played well in SONAR, now CbB. Maybe worth a try.
  15. And Shift + right clicking the clip brings back the last used envelope. Great timesaver.
  16. One can do this also without changing the filter to Clip Gain first, just hold CTRL key down and click in the lower half portion of the clip to drag the Clip Gain envelope up and down.
  17. Klaus

    delete marker

    Another way: Click on the marker you want to delete, keep Mouse pressed (cursor changes to a white down arrow), then hit delete key.
  18. The audio cut off issue could be coming from a not authorized plug-in.
  19. You don't need an External Insert if you want to process real time audio with hardware effects, just record the output of your hardware. The External Insert plug-in is needed/handy if you play audio from your DAW through an external hardware device and record the outcome, because it cares about the latency which is introduced by the additional DA - AD conversion of your audio interface. Recording a hardware synth driven via MIDI tracks from a DAW also doesn't need the External Insert plug-in but you may have to adjust a possible offset in Preferences > Sync and Caching or manually by shifting notes. Best, Klaus
  20. Clips: Shift + I Tracks: Ctrl + Shift + I PC: Ctrl + I
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