OK, first of all, in order for the loop to be able to follow a given pitch, you should inport it through the loop explorer. Are you doing it this way? Let's assume that you are. Copy and paste the loop so that it lasts as long as you need it. Now, when you want to make a change, select the portion of the song whoose pitch you want to change by setting the from and thru (f9 and f10), then select the track. Press alt along with the keypad plus to raise in half step increments, and alt with keypad minus to lower the pitch in half step increments. The results you get will vary depending on the content of the audio in the loop and how much you want to change its pitch.
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Subject: [ddots-l] audio loops
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I am using Sonar 4 and dancing dots 4. When I import an audio loop in to sonar Could some one tell me how to make audio loops change cords as the song changes. Thank you.
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