Figure 150. Tempo Inspector.
2. Click the Insert Tempo button to open the Insert Tempo dialog box.
4. Click OK.
To change the tempo position, double-click the M:B:T / H:M:S:F column and enter a new position.
To change the tempo, double-click the BPM column and enter a new tempo in beats per minute.
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.
Note: By default, the time column in the Tempo Inspector shows M:B:T time, but shows H:M:S:F time if the Display All Times as SMPTE display option is enabled in Edit > Preferences > Customization - Display.To delete a tempo change, select the tempo change event(s) you want to delete, then do one of the following:
Select Edit > Delete
To select discontiguous tempo changes, hold down the CTRL key and click the tempo changes you want to select/deselect.
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