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Editing automation curves

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Hi folks.

Just getting started with Samplitude Pro X here. I can't see how to edit existing volume curves in Track Automation. I've written a volume curve in trim mode for a track (ie moved fader while playing back in trim mode). Now I want to make a volume change happen later than I originally recorded it. I can see the curve, but I can't select the points on it to drag them to where I want them to be. (See image).

in my old system (Logic), I could select automation mode and just click on and drag the points on the curve. Is this possible in Sam Pro X?

Thanks in anticipation for any help.

K.

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hi,

if your mouse is in Universal Mode, you can select nodes, multi-select too (CTRL or SHIFT), then move or delete.

There's a special Curve Mode for the mouse too that can be useful, but Universal Mode is the way to go for almost all.

cheers

Phil

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You could use the "curve mode" of the mouse but I dont know why you cannot add point in your curves because in universal mouse mode you can create ones.

Same thing here biggrin.png

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Hello everybody, I got similar problem with curves, I've been using V8 version for years but occasionally was doing some stuff in 11 version and I couldn't figure out if it's possible to edit VST curves, generated while played live, all I see is just a curve, but no points is on it and no way to drag, move or edit this curve. I tried different mouse modes but they all seem to refer only to volume and pan standard curves. In V8, all curves were kind of equal to edit, I could set a point on any curve, but here in 11 I cannot do anything with them. Is there a solution or I'm missing something? Thanks

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