Cedric, you've probably got it easier using the older version of Fruityloops. All you need to do is go to the playlist, place the marker where you want to insert your intro, bridge or whatever, and hit the insert key. Delete key will do the opposite. In the newer FLStudio you have to lassoo the bits you want to move and then cut/paste them. This is bit more of a pain but is necessary as FLStudio can support variable length patterns which don't always start/stop exactly on a square. Happy Floopin' Mac -----Original Message----- From: Cedric Theys [mailto:cedzep678@xxxxxxxxx] Sent: 10 07 2003 15:06 To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [fruityloops] Re: Moving things around I have started to do small patterns too. It's a lot easier and a lot more flexible. I can mess around with arrangements and parts, etc... The problem I encountered with that is that again if I want to add something in the begining or right in the middle, I don't know what is the easy way. To asnswer Andy's question, the version I'm using is 3.5 (or 3.6). Is it complicated to add intros or bridges on this version? Maybe I need to upgrade..... I will try the Alt+up thing tonight and check if it does what I want to move patterns around. Now I am aware of the clone pattern option but how would that help? Cedric __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com This email is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient then you must not copy it, forward it, use it for any purpose, or disclose it to another person. Instead please return it to the sender immediately and copy your communication to postmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Please then delete your copy from your system. Please also note that the author of this email is not authorised to conclude any contract on behalf of the Law Society by email. Thank you.