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Harmonics Metronome (major type chords) (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Sub-harmonics metronome (minor type chords) (button) - (no tooltip help yet)All parts the same pitch (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Auto choose pitches (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Auto choose pitches (drop list) - (no tooltip help yet)Multiplied together in all possible ways (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Pitch of 1/1 of Scale (Ctrl + 10) - (no tooltip help yet)Divided by (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)First harmonic (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)First harmonic (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)First harmonic (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Ignore bar beat (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Reduce to octave (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Make into scale (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Reverse order (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)As Ratios (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Set Up Beeps Metronome (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Reset Instruments for Parts (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Beeps volume (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Beeps volume (spin) - (no tooltip help yet)Set High (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Set Low (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Easy way to make a cycle of harmonic polyrhythms (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Auto remake when this text is edited (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Make cycle of harmonic rhythms or polyrhythms (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Repeat each bar (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Rhythm Script (Ctrl + 171) - (no tooltip help yet)Adjust scripted additive rhythms so that one of the parts plays a steady tempo throughout (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Keep steady tempo for: (drop list) - (no tooltip help yet)Part (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Hide info « (button) - (No tooltip help yet)PLAY Sound (button) - (No tooltip help yet)Pause (button) - (No tooltip help yet)Volume - (No tooltip help yet)Fractal Tunes Dialog Star - (No tooltip help yet)Tool tip help - F1Organise Windows - F2Volume (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Make into Tempo Zones (button) - (no tooltip help yet)
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Harmonics Metronome

Harmonics Metronome (major type chords) (check box) (Alt + J)

Sub-harmonics metronome (minor type chords) (check box) (Alt + Y)

All parts the same pitch (check box) (Alt + A)

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

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

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

First harmonic (editable) (Alt + F)

First harmonic (spin) (Alt + F)

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

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

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

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

Make cycle of harmonic rhythms or polyrhythms (button) (Alt + M)

Repeat each bar (editable) (Alt + R)

Tune Script (Ctrl + 171)

Adjust scripted additive rhythms so that one of the parts plays a steady tempo throughout (check box) (Alt + D)

Part (editable) (Alt + T)

Volume (editable) (Alt + V)

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Controls Common to Many Windows

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