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Dialog box referencePreferences dialog ► Project - Metronome

The Metronome section lets you specify metronome settings for playback and recording.
The Metronome section contains the following settings:
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Record count In. Specifies the number of count-in measures or beats.
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Measures. Choosing this option sets the Count-In units to measures.
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Beats. Choosing this option sets the Count-In units to beats.
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Playback. Choosing this option cause the metronome to sound during playback.
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Recording. Choosing this option cause the metronome to sound during recording.
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Beat subdivision. Select the desired subdivision value in the Beat subdivision list. The selected value is the subdivision for non-accented audible clicks.
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Use Audio Metronome. Choosing this option causes the metronome to use audio.
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First Beat. Select an audio sound for the first beat.
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Other Beats. Select an audio sound for other beats.
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dB. Set the dB level for the corresponding beat.
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Output. Set the output you want to use for the audio metronome.
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Use MIDI Note. Choosing this option causes the metronome to sound by playing a MIDI note.
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First Beat. Choose a Key (a note) and a Velocity for the first metronome attack in the measure.
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Other Beats. Choose a Key (a note) and a Velocity for the other metronome attacks in the measure.
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Port. Choose the port that the MIDI note plays through.
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Channel. Choose the MIDI channel your metronome plays on.
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Duration. Choose how many Ticks you want the metronome sound to last.
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