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Timecode messages carry no meter-related information; when slaving Live to another sequencer using MIDI Timecode, you will have to adjust the tempo manually. Detailed MIDI Timecode preferences are explained later in this chapter (see “Numerous changes for Windows 10:”).With respect to MIDI Timecode, Live can only act as a MIDI sync slave, not a master.In most cases, Link will work without issues as soon as it is enabled and will provide reliable synchronization under all conditions.If you have further questions or run into issues, we recommend checking out the Link FAQ at the Ableton website*.0 (press number key to resume shuttle) Spacebar or ESC key 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Windows-to-Mac OS translation key 6 4 9 7 3 1 5 6 5 4 8 9 8 7 2 3 2 1 0 Period (.) Memory Location Period (.) Windows-to-Mac OS translation key F1 or option 1 (On QWERTY keyboard) F2 or option 2 (On QWERTY keyboard) F3 or option 3 (On QWERTY keyboard) F4 or option 4 (On QWERTY keyboard) Shift F4 F1 F4 F2 F4 F3 F4 F5, or Command 1 (on QWERTY keyboard) F6, or Command 2 (on QWERTY keyboard) F7, or Command 3 (on QWERTY keyboard) F8, or Command 4 (on QWERTY keyboard) F9, or Command 5 (on QWERTY keyboard) F10, or Command 6 (on QWERTY keyboard) F6 F7.F7 F8, or Command 7 (On QWERTY keyboard) Single open quote key (`) located above the TAB key Escape (Esc) key,or Center-click Command-click the Shuffle button Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command option Tab Tab (if Tab to transient is enabled) Command Tab (if Tab to transient button is enabled cntrl Tab cntrl Command Tab or cntrl Command cntrl return Shift cntrl return Shift Tab Command Shift Tab cntrl Shift Tab cntrl Shift Command Tab return Command return Shift return Command Shift return Shift Forward Slash (/) Down/Up Arrow keys Double-click with selector tool Triple-click with selector tool, or single-click in track and press Command A return, then press Command A Enable "All" Edit group and Shift-click on any other track Command option cntrl Apostrophe (') Command option cntrl L Command option cntrl Shift Apostrophe (') Command option cntrl Shift L option Shift E Command option cntrl Up Shift R Shift I Shift S Shift M Up arrow Down arrow cntrl Up/Down Arrow Windows-to-Mac OS translation key cntrl option Plus /Minus ( /-) keys Command option Plus/Minus ( /-) keys Minus (-)key(on numeric keypad),or Comma (,) (in Command Keyboard Focus) Plus ( ) key (on numeric keypad),or Period (.) (In Commands Keyboard Focus) Shift Plus/Minus ( /-) keys cntrl Plus/Minus ( /-) keys option Shift Plus/Minus ( /-) keys Command Shift Plus/Minus ( /-) keys option Plus/Minus ( /-) keys Command Plus /Minus ( /-) keys option Trimmer tool Hold down cntrl key while trimming option-click selection and drag to destination Backspace or delete (On QWERTY keyboard cntrl-click to move audio region with Grabber tool cntrl-click new region with Grabber tool cntrl-Shift-click region containing the sync point with Grabber tool Command-cntrl-click new region with Grabber tool Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Shift S cntrl P and cntrl Apostrophe (;) option cntrl P Command option cntrl P Command option cntrl Shift P Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command N Command O Command Shift O Command Shift W Command S Command option B Shift option 1 Command Shift I Command option 1 Command P Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command S Command M Command A Command R Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command Z Command Shift Z Command X Command C Command V Command B Command A option M Command option V Command cntrl V option Shift 6 option Shift 5 option [ option ] Command D option R option H Command Shift E Command T option Shift 8 Command E Command H Command U option Shift 3 option Shift U Command option Z Windows-to-Mac OS translation key option minus (-) key (on QWERTY keyboard) Command cntrl Left/Right Arrow keys Command option cntrl Left/Right Arrow keys Command-click on Track View selector Command-Shift-click on Track View selector Command-option-cntrl-click on parameters (in Plug-in window) Command-option-cntrl-click on Track View selector (in Edit window) Command option H Command option T cntrl-click on Transport Return to Zero button cntrl-click on transport Go to End button cntrl-Shift-click on Transport Go to End or Return to Zero button Command Forward slash (/) Command Shift Forward slash (/) option Shift Forward Slash (/) in the Automation window, Command-click the Suspend button Command-click the control name in the Track View selector Press Shift and move automation with Grabber tool Press and hold option Shift while writing a breakpoint (by clicking with the Grabber tool in a track's automation playlist Press and hold Command option while writing a breakpoint (by clicking with the Grabber tool in a track's Automation playlist) In the Automation window, Command-click the button for the automation type Hold Command and press Rotary Encoder Select switch for the control you want to Auto Match Hold Command and press the Auto switch in the Dyn or EQ section of the console In the Automation window, Command-click the Preview button cntrl Command Y option-click one of the Write On Stop modes (cntrl, End or ALL) to enable the Write On Stop mode Backspace (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Command X (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Command C (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Command D (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Command B (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Command Shift E (Hold down Stat during the shortcut to affect all Automation playlists on a track) Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command F Command cntrl F (uses last selected fade shape) option D option G Windows-to-Mac OS translation key option-drag fade-in curve ("None" mode only) Command-drag fade-out curve Spacebar Command-click on Zoom In or Zoom Out buttons option-click fade curve in crossfade fade window ("Equal Power" and "Equal Gain" Link modes only) cntrl Up/Down Arrow keys option Up/Down Arrow keys Up/Down Arrow keys cntrl Left/Right Arrow keys option Left /Right Arrow keys Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command option M option 4 (on the numeric keypad) Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command Shift N Command G (with two or more tracks selected) option Shift D option K option K Command option F option C Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command Up/Down Arrow keys Command Left/Right Arrow keys Command option Up/Down Arrow keys Command Plus/Minus ( /-)keys,or Command Shift Up/Down Arrow keys Drag the Move Row icon (at the right of each Track Entry row) to desired position Windows-to-Mac OS translation key option-click on any Eye in Track List option-click on any Track Name in Track List Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command Shift G or Command-click on Group pop-up menu Double-click to far left of Group name in Group list Click Group List Keyboard Focus, then type the letter corresponding to desired group Click to the left of a Group name in Group list Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Press A Press R option-Shift-click any attribute cntrl-click any attribute in a row option-click any attribute in a column Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command M Command L Command L Shift T option Shift F option Shift B Command option U Command option U Command option $ Command option L Command R Command Comma (,) Command 0 option 5 (on numeric keypad) Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command-cntrl-Click the Elastic Audio plug-in button With the Grabber tool,cntrl-click any Event marker With the Grabber or the Pencil tool,cntrl-click and drag a Warp marker to a new location Double-click a Warp marker,or with the Grabber or the Pencil Tool,option-click a Warp marker Press Delete or Backspace With the Grabber tool,option-click and drag first Event marker to the left or right With the Grabber tool, cntrl-click at the location where you want to add an Event marker With Pencil tool, option-click the Event marker you want to delete Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Click the Region List a-z button,then type the first letters of the desired region Command Shift F Command Shift D Command Shift 1 (on numeric keypad) Command Shift 2 (on numeric keypad) Command Shift 3 (on numeric keypad Command option K Command Shift A Command Shift U Command Shift B Command Shift R Command Shift M Command Shift Y Command Shift K Command-click a region Click on region, then Shift-click another region to select or deselect all regions in between Place the cursor to the left of the names in the Region List.Link is built into Live as well as a growing number of i OS applications, and any Link-enabled software can play in time with any other Link-enabled software simply by joining the same network.

option-click Delete or Yes box when prompted option-click and hold on region in Region List Double-click region in Region list or double click with the Grabber tool on region in play-list cntrl-click cntrl-Command and drag region Windows-to-Mac OS translation key option 1 (on numeric keypad) option 2 (on numeric keypad) option-3 (on numeric keypad) option 0 (on numeric keypad) option T option Y option Equal (=) Command 8(on numeric keypad Command I Command Shift Period (.) Windows-to-Mac OS translation key Command return (on numeric keypad Command F Command G Command H Command M Command N Command P Command L Command O option click Windows-to-Mac OS translation key 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 . Or, use the cntrl key in combination with the single keys listed below except for Undo, Cut, Copy and Paste.With respect to MIDI Clock, Live can act as both a MIDI sync master and slave.MIDI Timecode: MIDI Timecode is the MIDI version of the SMPTE protocol, the standard means of synchronizing tape machines and computers in the audio and film industry.The lower indicator LED next to the Control Bar’s EXT button will flash when Live is sending sync messages to external sequencers.Live can be synchronized via MIDI to an external sequencer. Harold Cubase 5 - Importing A Track From An Audio CD. Huanyang VFD Run with Linux CNC (PD001 - 1: External Terminal).

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