Sample library: Enables you to explore the complete library of instrument phrases, navigating by country, instrument or instrument type
Example projects: Listen to selected works by other users and our resident Sound Infusion creators
My saved projects: Save your project to continue working on or listen to later
Collaboration: Add people to work together on the same project
Student projects: Teachers can observe student projects as they work
Find samples: Filter available samples by country, instrument type or view a complete list of instruments
Audition samples in the library : Click on to listen to samples before loading them into your project
Adding a sample to a track: Click on a sample in the library and drag it into the arrange window
Renaming a track: Click on Track field. Type your track name.
Duplicate sample: In sample display, click on . Click on . A new copy of the sample will be added where the current one ends
Remove sample: In sample display, click on . Click on
Lock sample in place: In sample display, click on . Click on so that the sample cannot not be accidentally moved. Click again to unlock.
- Solo button: Enables user to audition individual track or tracks in isolation.
- Mute button: User can temporarily disable a track or tracks to compare the music with or without a recently added sample
- Volume adjustment: Track loudness can be adjusted incrementally
- Track colour: Assign different colours to tracks for easy visual identification
- Lock samples in place: All samples on the track will be unmovable. Click to toggle on/off
The magnet function: With magnet turned on samples will snap to nearest bar line preceding the drop point
The snip function: Snip a sample into two, allowing one part to be used independently of the other
The resize function: Click and drag on the sample display edge to resize it. This is similar to the snip function but gives greater dynamic control, being essentially non-destructive
Moving samples between tracks: Click in the top right corner box of sample display to drag sample to a different track
The mic function: Activate the microphone to record a voice over to go with your project. It will appear automatically on a new track.
Save: It is important to Save your work in case the unexpected happens, and to be able to continue working on your project later. If you try to close your project and it has unsaved changes the program will ask if you want to save the changes or not.
Save as: If you are not sure whether you like your changes or not, you can use Save as… to save your project (and changes) with a new name while still keeping your original version under the old name.
Name your project: Once a project has been saved, it can be named or renamed by clicking on the pencil icon in the name field.
Global volume slider: The global volume does not save with the project. It is advisable to do your work with this setting at maximum, but if the level is too high for the next stage in your system (eg. amplifier, headphones etc), use this setting to lower the overall output level.
Zoom slider: Adjust for wide view to see your whole arrangement or narrow view for fine tuning placement of samples