The Edit > Paste Special command opens the Paste dialog box, which lets you put the contents of the Clipboard into any appropriate place in your project. To put data on the Clipboard, see Cut dialog, Copy dialog.The Paste dialog box has the following fields:This option is grayed out unless you copy data from more than one track at a time. Checking this check box causes Cakewalk to paste multiple tracks’ data into a single track.Checking the Link Repetitions check box causes all the new clips to be linked clips with the clip you copied.Clicking this button expands the Paste dialog box to include the following fields:This option is grayed out unless you choose at least two repetitions in the Repetitions field. Choosing this option tells Cakewalk to slide the old data up to the next measure line, regardless of whether the new data fills the space up to the next measure.Filling in the Interval value field with a certain number of measures causes Cakewalk to paste each repetition of the new data at the interval in this field. Usually, you choose an interval at least as long as the object you copied.The fields in this section deal with the situation that occurs when you try to paste some data to a place in a track that already has some data.
Blend Old and New. Choosing this option tells Cakewalk to mix the new data with the old, with the following options:
Replace Old with New. Choosing this option tells Cakewalk to delete the old data.The fields in this section tell Cakewalk what elements of the copied data to paste into the track, including:
Events/Clips. Check this option if you want Cakewalk to paste MIDI events or audio data from the copied data, with these two options:
Paste as New Clips. Check this option if you want the new data to become separate, discrete. clips.
Paste into Existing Clips. Check this option if you want to include the new data inside any clips that already exist in the area you want to paste into.
Clip Automation. If you have clip envelopes in the selection you are pasting, you can check this option to paste it to its new location.
Track/Bus Automation. If you have track or bus envelopes in the selection you are pasting, you can check this option to paste it to its new location.
Tempo Changes. If you select this check box, Cakewalk pastes all tempo changes from the copied data.
Meter/Key Changes. If you select this check box, Cakewalk pastes all meter and key changes from the copied data.
Markers. If you select this check box, Cakewalk pastes all markers from the copied data.
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