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Old 12-22-2002, 02:35 PM
Sparks Sparks is offline
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Default Automation point moving

Hi all

I have some (probably) basic questions concerning automation points

1) How can I find the value of a point without clicking on it? (pencil & grabber tools leave another point wich has to be erased)

2) How can I move a point in one direction without affecting the other? (using the + & - keys like a Nudge)

3) How can I select a string of points and edit them all at the same time? (all up/down, etc)

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Old 12-22-2002, 03:46 PM
dcarlson247 dcarlson247 is offline
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Default Re: Automation point moving

For 3) Select the area where you want to raise or lower the automation points. Then use the grabber tool to act on your selected area to raise or lower the volume points as you like. If no automation points are there it will still raise and lower the volume and insert points.

Good luck...
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