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Acid Pro 6
Registration assistance
Customer service/sales
Technical support
About your rights in ACID software
About your privacy
Proper use of software
Legal notices
Introducing ACID Software
Welcome
System requirements
Installing ACID
Using online help
Online help
Whatís This? help
Help on the Web
Overview of ACID software
Main window
Toolbar
Track list
Track view
Window docking area
Keyboard command reference
Audio signal flow
MIDI signal flow
Getting Started
Starting projects
Setting project properties
Opening existing projects
Getting media files
Previewing media from the Explorer window
Adding media to the project
Obtaining or editing CD information using Gracenote
Understanding clip types
Loops
One-shots
Beatmapped
MIDI
Folder tracks
Adding and editing events
Painting events
Changing the length of events
Erasing sections of events
Moving events
Editing MIDI events
Using the cursor
Positioning the cursor with the mouse
Positioning the cursor with the keyboard
Positioning the cursor with the Go To command
Making selections
Introducing ACID Software
Welcome
System requirements
Installing ACID
Using online help
Online help
Whatís This? help
Help on the Web
Overview of ACID software
Main window
Toolbar
Track list
Track view
Window docking area
Keyboard command reference
Audio signal flow
MIDI signal flow
Getting Started
Starting projects
Setting project properties
Opening existing projects
Getting media files
Previewing media from the Explorer window
Adding media to the project
Obtaining or editing CD information using Gracenote
Understanding clip types
Loops
One-shots
Beatmapped
MIDI
Folder tracks
Adding and editing events
Painting events
Changing the length of events
Erasing sections of events
Moving events
Editing MIDI events
Using the cursor
Positioning the cursor with the mouse
Positioning the cursor with the keyboard
Positioning the cursor with the Go To command
Making selections
Reversing events
Trimming events
Splitting events
Splitting at the cursor position
Splitting one event
Splitting multiple events
Splitting a time selection
Splitting events within a time selection
Joining events
Automatic crossfades
Creating crossfades
Changing fade types
Ripple editing
Cutting events in ripple editing mode
Deleting events in ripple editing mode
Pasting events in ripple editing mode
Slipping and sliding events
Shifting the contents of (slipping) events
Slip-trimming events
Sliding events
Changing event properties
Using event envelopes
Setting an eventís volume envelope
Setting an eventís fade-in and -out envelope curve
Using sections
Inserting a section
Adjusting a section's length
Renaming a section
Changing a section's color
Moving (shuffling) sections
Copying a section
Deleting a section
Moving a section label
Removing a section label
Clearing all events from a section
Using the Media Manager
Creating a new media library
Opening a media library
Adding media files to a library
Removing media files from a library
Tagging media files
Creating a tag
Applying a tag to a media file
Removing a tag from a media file
Deleting a tag from a library
Merging subtags
Arranging tags in the tag tree
Editing tag names or images
Viewing or creating palettes
Saving tags and properties to media files
Backing up your media libraries
Opening a Reference Library
Using the Sony Sound Series Loops & Samples reference library
Searching for media files
Searching using a keyword
Searching using tags
Sorting search results
Viewing previous searches
Using advanced search options
Previewing media
Adding media to your project
Resolving offline media files
Customizing the Media Manager window
Automatically hiding the Search pane
Docking and undocking the Search pane
Resizing columns
Moving columns
Showing or hiding columns
Adding custom columns
Setting Media Manager options
Working in the Track View
Using project markers and regions
Working with standard markers
Working with time markers
Working with command markers
Working with regions
Using snapping
Choosing snapping options
Changing tempo, time signature, and key
Changing project tempo
Changing project time signature
Changing project key
Working with tempo/key/time signature change markers
Changing a clipís key
Changing an eventís key
Adjusting time
Inserting time
Fitting to time
Using the Chopper
Working in the Chopper window
Viewing the Chopper
Changing the Chopper grid
Changing Chopper snapping options
Magnifying the Chopper
Previewing in the Chopper
Using Chopper toolbar and keyboard commands
Inserting markers and regions in the Chopper
Creating selections in the Chopper
Placing files in the Chopper
Creating selections
Creating selections of a specific musical length
Inserting increments
Creating increments
Creating increments of a specific musical length
Creating increments of a custom musical length
Inserting selections in the track view
Using the Insert Selection button
Using copy and paste
Dragging selections
Moving the insert position in the track view
Saving Chopper selections as new files
Using the Chopper with one-shots
Working with Tracks
Using clips with tracks
Adding clips to tracks
Using track effects
Using track effects
Creating or adding to track plug-in chains
Arranging plug-in chain order
Bypassing plug-ins in a chain
Bypassing effect automation
Removing plug-ins from chains
Saving plug-in chains as packages
Removing or bypassing all effects on tracks
Using track automation envelopes
Choosing stereo pan types
Using the Beatmapper
Understanding stretching properties
Configuring track properties
Audio track properties
MIDI track properties
Configuring clip properties
Managing a trackís clips
Adjusting general clip properties
Adjusting stretching properties for loop or Beatmapped clips
Reloading files
Replacing files
Saving file properties
Adjusting clip properties for MIDI tracks
Working with grooves
Applying or removing grooves
Creating grooves
Editing grooves
Using folder tracks
Creating a folder track
Adding existing tracks to a folder track
Removing tracks from a folder track
Muting a folder track
Soloing a folder track
Editing events in a folder track
Mixing multiple tracks to a single track
Exporting loops
Using Automation
Showing or hiding automation controls
Track automation
Mute automation
Volume or pan automation
Bus automation
Assignable effects automation
Adding or removing track effect automation
MIDI controller automation
MIDI program change automation
Working with track envelopes
Adjusting envelopes
Using the Envelope tool
Hiding track envelopes
Removing track envelopes
Automating 5.1 surround projects
Automation recording modes
Recording automation settings
Editing sections of your recorded settings in Touch mode
Overwriting recorded settings in Latch mode
Editing individual envelope points or keyframes
Setting the automation recording mode for a track
Using the Mixer
Using busses
Adding busses to the project
Routing tracks to busses
Routing busses to system hardware
Deleting busses
Using assignable effects
Adding assignable effect controls
Working with assignable effects chains
Routing tracks to assignable effect controls
Routing assignable effect controls to busses
Deleting assignable effect controls
Using soft synth controls
Adding soft synth controls to projects
Modifying soft synth control properties
Deleting soft synth controls
Routing MIDI tracks to soft synth controls
Using mixer controls
Working with mixer controls
Adding effects to soft synth mixer controls
Working with multiple mixer controls
Automating mixer controls in track view
Working with ReWire
Using ACID as a ReWire mixer
Using ACID as a ReWire device
Recording Audio
Setting up your equipment
Basic setup
Setup with mixer
Setup with digital multitrack
Preparing to record
Arming the track for recording
Selecting recording settings
Using the metronome
Recording
Automating 5.1 surround projects
Automation recording modes
Recording automation settings
Editing sections of your recorded settings in Touch mode
Overwriting recorded settings in Latch mode
Editing individual envelope points or keyframes
Setting the automation recording mode for a track
Using the Mixer
Using busses
Adding busses to the project
Routing tracks to busses
Routing busses to system hardware
Deleting busses
Using assignable effects
Adding assignable effect controls
Working with assignable effects chains
Routing tracks to assignable effect controls
Routing assignable effect controls to busses
Deleting assignable effect controls
Using soft synth controls
Adding soft synth controls to projects
Modifying soft synth control properties
Deleting soft synth controls
Routing MIDI tracks to soft synth controls
Using mixer controls
Working with mixer controls
Adding effects to soft synth mixer controls
Working with multiple mixer controls
Automating mixer controls in track view
Working with ReWire
Using ACID as a ReWire mixer
Using ACID as a ReWire device
Recording Audio
Setting up your equipment
Basic setup
Setup with mixer
Setup with digital multitrack
Preparing to record
Arming the track for recording
Selecting recording settings
Using the metronome
Recording
Recording into an empty track
Recording into a time selection
Recording into an event
Recording into an event with a time selection
Working with multiple recorded clips
Specifying where recordings are stored
Changing where recorded files are stored for new projects
Changing where recorded files are stored for individual projects
Monitoring audio levels
Using record input monitoring
Working with MIDI
Adding MIDI tracks and files
Adding MIDI tracks
Adding MIDI files to a project
Recording MIDI
Setting up a MIDI controller for recording into a track
Recording MIDI in real time
Using MIDI step recording
Using MIDI merge recording
Editing MIDI on the timeline
Choosing a drum map or kit for a track
Navigating the piano roll or drum grid
Audition notes with the keyboard/drum grid
Selecting notes
Adding or deleting notes
Editing note positions
Editing note duration
Editing note velocity
Processing and filtering MIDI events
Quantizing MIDI events
Editing velocity
Editing duration
Editing MIDI track properties
Configuring MIDI track output settings
Configuring MIDI input filters
Setting up MIDI quantize input filters
Using the clip pool
Toggling looped or one-shot painting for a MIDI clip
Editing a MIDI clip's time signature
MIDI Track Envelopes and Keyframes
Adding a mute envelope
Adding a MIDI controller envelope
Exporting MIDI files
Saving MIDI clips for export
Exporting the project to a standard MIDI file
Configuring a Mackie Control Universal
Configuring a Frontier TranzPort
Configuring a generic MIDI controller
Working with Video
Managing video
Adding or replacing video files
Removing the video track
Hiding and showing the video track
Synchronizing audio and video
Removing the videoís audio
Changing frame numbering
Editing video events
Moving video events
Trimming video events
Slipping and sliding video events
Using the Video Preview window
Copying a frame to the clipboard
Using toolbar buttons
Using the shortcut menu
Viewing the status bar
Previewing on external monitors
Scoring video
Working with 5.1 Surround
What is 5.1 surround?
Setting up surround hardware
Setting up surround projects
Routing to hardware in the mixer
Assigning audio to the LFE channel
Adjusting volume
Adjusting track volume
Adjusting assignable effects send or bus send levels
Adjusting channel levels
Panning audio
Panning tracks
Panning mixer controls
Using the Surround Panner window
Automating panning
Turning on panning keyframes
Adding panning keyframes
Working with keyframes
Rendering surround projects
Burning AC-3 files to DVD
Customizing ACID Software
Working with ACID windows
Docking and floating ACID windows
Changing the time ruler format
Using the ruler offset
Using the project grid
Setting the grid type
Using the toolbar
Hiding and displaying the toolbar
Reordering toolbar buttons
Adding buttons to the toolbar
Removing buttons from the toolbar
Using the time display
Changing cursor position
Changing the time display
Monitoring MIDI timecode
Setting default track properties
Setting ACID preferences
Using the General tab
Using the Audio tab
Using the Audio Device tab
Using the MIDI tab
Using the VST Effects tab
Using the VST Instruments tab
Using the ReWire Devices tab
Using the Video tab
Using the Editing tab
Using the Sync tab
Using the Display tab
Using the Other tab
Using the Folders tab
Using the External Control & Automation tab
Customizing keyboard shortcuts
Using Control Surfaces with ACID
Connecting a control surface
Configuring ACID to use your control surface
Configuring or customizing your control surface
Using your control surface
Setting up a Mackie Control Universal
Adding panning keyframes
Working with keyframes
Rendering surround projects
Burning AC-3 files to DVD
Customizing ACID Software
Working with ACID windows
Docking and floating ACID windows
Changing the time ruler format
Using the ruler offset
Using the project grid
Setting the grid type
Using the toolbar
Hiding and displaying the toolbar
Reordering toolbar buttons
Adding buttons to the toolbar
Removing buttons from the toolbar
Using the time display
Changing cursor position
Changing the time display
Monitoring MIDI timecode
Setting default track properties
Setting ACID preferences
Using the General tab
Using the Audio tab
Using the Audio Device tab
Using the MIDI tab
Using the VST Effects tab
Using the VST Instruments tab
Using the ReWire Devices tab
Using the Video tab
Using the Editing tab
Using the Sync tab
Using the Display tab
Using the Other tab
Using the Folders tab
Using the External Control & Automation tab
Customizing keyboard shortcuts
Using Control Surfaces with ACID
Connecting a control surface
Configuring ACID to use your control surface
Configuring or customizing your control surface
Using your control surface
Setting up a Mackie Control Universal
Adding build ups
Creating wah-wah effects with automated Track EQ
Making automated changes more stark
Abruptly changing volume or pan
Turning automated effects on and off
Making automated frequency changes more natural
Overriding compress/expand
Slicing and dicing in the Chopper
Chopping new loops for alternate time signatures
Chopping multiple files into a new loop
Creating drum-roll build ups
Creating drum fills
Creating one-track remixes
Creating pseudo-granular synthesis
Building instrument solos
Building scales
Glossary
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