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Old 02-13-2024, 01:25 PM
pie55 pie55 is offline
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Default changing song start?

hi
my question is how to change the start of a session in min and seconds.
It;'s easy to do with bars and beats.



I know its in event, move song start and so on. but when I try to change the start, ie 0 min and seconds, the timeline doesn't change.


I like to start my sessions 15 min into the session to insure I can add an intro easily. a few youtube videos, but they all do it in Bars and beats



but later it would be great to change the start in min and sec so when an artist says at 2:45 turn up the vocal, I can use the counter to find the time, rather than selecting from start of the song to the proper time and so forth




tks
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