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Controls Common to Many Windows

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/ Show volume as a number (button) (Alt + /)

Auto choose pitches (check box) (Alt + C)

Auto choose pitches (drop list) (Alt + C)

Pitch of 1/1 of Scale (Ctrl + 10)

Ignore measure beat (check box) (Alt + N)

Reduce to octave (check box) (Alt + D)

Easy way to make a cycle of rhythms (editable) (Alt + K)

Repeat each measure (editable) (Alt + R)

Make this cycle of harmonic rhythms (button) (Alt + M)

Auto remake when the text is edited (check box) (Alt + U)

Lilt or swing (check box) (Alt + W)

Auto Accents (check box) (Alt + C)

Beats volumes and times (Ctrl + 76)

Tempo for Part (editable) (Alt + T)

Tempo for Part (drop list) (Alt + T)

Stereo Pan (Ctrl + 50)

Bounce Options (Ctrl + 220)

Lissajous Pattern for Notes Played (Ctrl + 137)

3D Bounce (Ctrl + 224)

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Controls Common to Many Windows

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