Tuesday, December 12, 2017

What Is The Trax Recorder?

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Posted by: centralscrutinizer, on 12/1/2009, in category "Articles About mTrax"
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Abstract: Discusses the recording feature in mTrax that let's you save your slowed down loops to file.

The Trax Recorder allows you to save a slowed down loop or section to file.

  • First, create a section:
    Create a section in mTrax
  • Set up the section's start point, end point, tempo(s), pitch and number of loops:
    Section Row
  • Right-click the section and choose Trax Recorder:

  • The Trax Recorder appears, loaded with your section’s information:
    Trax Recorder Window
  • In this example, once you press the Start Recording button, mTrax will record your section to the output file “C:\...\You Shook Me All Night Long.mTrax.wma”. In this example, mTrax will record your section [138.4 – 171.9] named “Solo”, looping 10 times, starting at 75% of the original tempo and ending at 90% of the original tempo, just as your section is set up.
  • Once the recording ends, you can double-click the output file name to open the folder where your saved, slowed down loop(s) is located.

Although the use of the Trax Recorder is not at all required for your practice, saving your sections (loops) to file makes mTrax an even more flexible tool for musicians by allowing you to play and share your sections on music players such iPod.

 

 


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