– allows the user control over the manner in which the clip is launched
– describes the instrument that leads the track or song
– selects the start of a section to loop, edit, move, etc.
– adjusting the volumes of all tracks to produce a balanced master level
– adjusts the volume of the device
– an up/down fader that controls the volume of that channel
– input designed to operate at line level; usually a sound device that emits a digital output. See also ‘Aux Input’
– a form of drawing tool that lets you draw automation in straight lines as opposed to curves
– usually refers to an audio file with a lower bit rate or sampling rate, and thus a lower sound quality
– selects the point to start playback
– tool used to select a section of an arrangement or clip to be looped. The brace parameters can be adjusted by clicking and dragging either end.
– allows the user to repeatedly play the section of an arrangement within the loop brace
– The area between these markers denotes the section of audio that will be repeated as a loop.
– select a start and end point to a section of music and repeat
– those frequencies below approximately 200 Hz; also known as ‘bass’
– removes, or filters out, the higher frequencies, leaving only the lower elements of the audio spectrum