The Process > Slide command opens the Slide dialog box, which allows you to move track data forward or backward in the track.The Slide dialog box has the following fields:
Events in Tracks. Events include notes and controller data but not markers.
Markers. If you select any locked markers, Cakewalk asks whether you want to slide them too.Enter a number in the By field to control how many units your selected data moves. Negative numbers move the data to earlier positions in the track, but data can not move earlier than beat 1 of the first measure. Choose from the following units:
Measures. If you choose Measures, the selected data moves by a number of whole measures.
Ticks. If you choose Ticks, the selected data moves by a number of ticks, which are portions of a beat.
Seconds. If you choose Seconds, the selected data moves by a number of whole seconds.
Frames. If you choose Frames, the selected data moves by a number of frames, which are the smallest units of SMPTE time.
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