The Process > Retrograde command reverses the order of events in a selection. If one or more clips are selected, then the events within each clip are reversed. If several clips are selected from the same track, then the order of the clips is also reversed. You could use this command, for example, to take a scale or other long run of notes and reverse the order in which they are played. The Process > Retrograde command does not reverse the contents of audio clips. It only changes their start times. You can use the Process > Audio > Reverse command to reverse audio clips.
2. Choose Process > Retrograde.
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