Figure 498. The AudioSnap sectionThe AudioSnap section lets you specify various AudioSnap settings.The AudioSnap section contains the following settings:
Pool Transient Window (ms). When you double-click a marker, not only does the marker become selected, but all markers to the right of the marker become selected if they are located less than this field’s value away from the original marker.
Convert to MIDI Note. This field lets you choose what MIDI note all the transients in the clip will be converted to.
Vary with Pulse Level. This option causes the velocities of the notes in the MIDI clip to vary with the level of the transients in the audio clip.
Set All to Same Value. This field lets you enter a velocity that all the MIDI notes in the clip will use.
Auto Fade Split Clips. Enabling this check box causes a cross fade to be added to all split clips, using a fade length in milliseconds that you set in the ms field in this section.
Radius Pitch coherence. Pitch coherence preserves naturalness of timbre for pitched solo voices, such as human speech, saxophone or vocals. The default value for this control is 50%. Higher values of pitch coherence will increase phase accuracy but may sound more modulated.
Radius Phase coherence. When processing stereo or surround audio, Phase coherence helps to preserve the phase relationships between channels. The default value for this control is 50%. Higher values of phase coherence will preserve the phase between multiple audio channels at the expense of slight distortion.
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