The Tempo Inspector shows a list of all tempo envelope nodes and allows you to edit each tempo change BPM, time position, and curve type.The Tempo Inspector can also be used for navigation purposes. When you click on a tempo change in the list, the Now Time moves to the tempo’s position.To show/hide the Tempo Inspector, click the Show/Hide Tempo Inspector button at the top of the Inspector pane.To show both the Tempo Inspector and Tempo track, select Views > Tempo or press ALT+SHIFT+5.Figure 149. Tempo Inspector.A. Show/hide Tempo Inspector B. Insert Tempo C. Tempo change position D. Tempo change beats per measure (BPM) E. Envelope shape curve type
Show/Hide Tempo Inspector . Show/hide the Tempo Inspector.
Insert Tempo . Open the Insert Tempo dialog box.
Time column. Shows the tempo change time position. Double-click to edit. Respects global Display All Times as SMPTE display option in Edit > Preferences > Customization - Display. MBT or HMSF. By default, the time is displayed in M:B:T format, but shows H:M:S:F time if the Display All Times as SMPTE display option is enabled in Edit > Preferences > Customization - Display.
BPM column. Shows the tempo change beats per measure value. Double-click to edit.
Envelope curve type. Graphical display of the envelope shape type. Click to change the shape type:
Linear. This choice draws a straight line between the two nodes.
Fast. This choice draws a curve between the two nodes that changes value rapidly at first, but more slowly toward the end of the curve.
Slow. This choice draws a curve between the two nodes that changes value slowly at first, but more rapidly toward the end of the curve.
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