Sound Menu

Edit / Edit Loop
This will display the Sound Details tab for the currently selected sound.  If it is an audio clip you will be able to edit its loop, change its key and tempo.  If it is a Virtual Instrument Clip, you will be able to edit it via the Piano Roll Editor and change its key, tempo and more.

Add Sound (Ctrl+H)
Shows the Add A Sound dialog so that you can add any supported sound file.  See Adding Sounds...

Add Instrument Clip
This will add a blank Virtual Instrument Clip on the closest Virtual Instrument Track.  You can also double click a Virtual Instrument Track to create a blank Virtual Instrument Clip.

Loop Library
This shows the Loop Library Tab.

Play Sound
Plays the last selected sound.

Mute / Unmute
Mutes or unmutes the selected sound.

Lock / Unlock
Locks or unlocks the selected sound.

Edit In External Editor...
Edits the sound or a copy of the sound in an external sound editor (3rd party).

Make Into Loop
Makes the trimmed sound into a loop.  ** This only applies to audio clips.

Trim Silence (Ctrl+I)
This trims the left and right edge of each sound and removes any silent or near silent areas for all selected sounds.  ** This only applies to unlooped audio clips.

Automatic Marker Wizard...
This automatically creates markers based on a sound or at specified intervals.

Normalize Volume (Ctrl+K)
This adjusts the volume of all selected sounds to the normalized level.  The normalized level is based on the highest peak in the sound.

Fade In
This shows a pop up menu with the following options: Fast, Medium & Slow. Each option will add a fade in of the current envelope type on all selected sounds.  Note that the fade is applied to the selected area and if there is a selection rectangle, it will only fade in the selection rectangle.

Fade Out
This shows a pop up menu with the following options: Fast, Medium & Slow. Each option will add a fade out of the current envelope type on all selected sounds.  Note that the fade is applied to the selected area and if there is a selection rectangle, it will only fade in the selection rectangle.

Boost
This shows a pop up menu allowing you to choose a percentage to boost all selected sounds for the current envelope type.  Note that the boost is applied to the selected area and if there is a selection rectangle, it will only fade in the selection rectangle.

Reduce
This shows a pop up menu allowing you to choose a percentage to reduce all selected sounds for the current envelope type.  Note that the reduce is applied to the selected area and if there is a selection rectangle, it will only fade in the selection rectangle.

Reset Envelope (Ctrl+Alt+T)
This restores the current envelope to its default setting for all selected sounds.

Invert Envelope (Ctrl+Alt+Y)
This inverts or flips the current envelope vertically for all selected sounds.

Split (Ctrl+T)
This will split any selected sounds at the time offset where the caret intersects them.

Join (Ctrl+J)
Joining eliminates the gaps or silence between any selected sounds by moving the selected sounds together.