Timed in either beats per minute or samples per measure
(for syncing with BackToBasics).
Changes by multiples of TROT (twelfth root of two, equal
to a digital sample pitch-shifted by one half-step). Control+click
to change the tempo in multiples of two.
Control+click to change by one octave (12 half-steps). Right-click
||play The spacebar
also activates this button. Control+click or spacebar+click
to trigger the active window only.
||active (playing) loop
Press keys 1-8 to switch loops. Right click to change settings.
Each of the eight loops contains up to sixteen notes, depending
on the window size (see N below). Right click to change
inverts all visible notes. Alt+shift+click sets the mute
for all visible notes equally.
to change by one octave (12 half-steps). Shift+click changes
all visible notes relative to the control clicked. Alt+shift+click
sets all visible notes equal to the control clicked.
changes all visible notes relative to the control clicked. Alt+shift+click
sets all visible notes equal to the control clicked. Sets the
duration from 0 to 16 or infinity in polyphonic mode.
||active (playing) note
||window size Sets
the loop length. Works best if the Windows Effect "Show window
contents while dragging" is turned on. To set this, open the
Control Panel and double-click on display then select
the effects tab.
||timing issues :
The advanced power-saving of some computers, especially certain
laptops, can disrupt the high-resolution timer used in the Wizard
Master Control Program. If you notice timing problems, try disabling
the Use High-Res Timer menu item (version 1.017+) in the
functions menu (see F above).
turning the PC motherboard
speaker on: Make sure the 'Pc Beep' volume is turned
up in your computer's Volume Control which can be found here:
Start Menu/Programs/Accessories/Entertainment/Volume Control
or go to Start/Run and enter "sndvol32.exe"
or just double-click on the speaker icon in the System Tray.
You may need to show the 'Pc Beep'
control in the Volume Control by
going to the Options menu and selecting properties.