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document 1242 - INFO: How can I see the format of an audio clip in Mixcraft 7?
To see the sample rate or bit depth of an audio clip that is loaded into Mixcraft: 1. With the audio clip selected... 2. Click on the Sound tab. 3. Click on the Audio tab. 4. The format of the audio clip is displayed there. You can also see its filename and click to open the folder where...
14 Apr, 2016
document 1246 - INFO: What does that little asterisk next to my project name mean?
The small asterisk to the right of your project's name in Mixcraft's title bar indicates that the current project hasn't been saved yet. Press Ctrl+S to save!
15 Apr, 2016
document 1247 - HOWTO: Here's a quick way to time stretch an audio clip!
Time stretching audio allows you to affect the tempo or length of an audio clip without affecting its pitch. Mixcraft's FlexAudio option is a quick and easy way to time stretch. Just hold down the Ctrl key and drag the end of the clip.
15 Apr, 2016
document 1248 - INFO: For some reason, I can't place an audio or MIDI clip exactly where I want it!
The snap setting that appears at the top of Mixcraft's screen can come in handy when you're trying to keep things in time, but sometimes you might need to decrease the setting or turn it off altogether in order to place a clip exactly where you want it. Note: Mixcraft's piano roll has its own,...
15 Apr, 2016
document 1249 - INFO: If you need a closer look at the piano keys or notes in the piano roll, you can zoom.
Mixcraft's piano roll has zoom controls, which can help if the piano keys look too tiny, or if you want to see more notes vertically.
16 Apr, 2016
document 1250 - HOWTO: I've got a small pop or click at the start or end of an audio clip!
If you've got a click or a pop at the start or end of an audio clip in Mixcraft, you can zoom in and add a tiny fade in or fade out. You can also highlight the start or end of a clip, then right click on the selected area, select Envelopes and then one of the fade in or fade out options.
18 Apr, 2016
document 1251 - INFO: What's new about Mixcraft 7?
Here are just some of the new features in Mixcraft 7: Publishing to popular social media sites like Soundcloud and YouTube Unique filenames for recorded files FLAC audio format support 64-bit version Updated new project dialog that allows you to set the parameters for the project Step sequencer...
25 May, 2016
document 1252 - INFO: You can set a default velocity for the MIDI notes you enter in the piano roll
The velocity setting in a MIDI clip indicates how hard a MIDI note should be "struck." You can set the default velocity setting in Mixcraft's piano roll. Clicking on an existing note will automatically set the default velocity for all notes to the velocity of that note.
12 Sep, 2016
document 1253 - HOWTO: If your mixer view is too busy, you can hide some tracks.
If you've got limited space to view all the tracks in Mixcraft's mixer, you can hide some tracks by unchecking them.
18 Apr, 2016
document 1254 - HOWTO: How do I duplicate a track in Mixcraft?
To make an exact duplicate of a track in Mixcraft, right-click to the left of the track and select the Duplicate Track option.
18 Apr, 2016

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