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New track editing features in our notation editor

For those of you using our notation editor, we’ve streamlined the ability to edit track information (aka parts or instruments).

We now have a tracks menu, which shows you the list of tracks in your slice:

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Click one of them to get a menu that lets you change the following:

  • Name
  • Synthetic instrument sound
  • Instrument transposition
  • Capo (only for tracks that have tablature)

You can also delete the track via this menu.

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Previously, changing this track info was possible by clicking the track label in the notation area (the “track controls”) — a section that has existed since before we had a notation editor. We’ve removed that old way of doing it, so that all changes happen consistently in the notation editor rather than sprinkled around the interface.

Changing the track’s capo location is a genuinely new feature. That one wasn’t possible before.

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