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I have changed the octave Up and Down on the settings so It fits my laptop.

But when I change octave up or down ALL the other notes in the whole f-kin pattern changes in the same time WTF Why do you even want that? HELP PLEASE!

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8 minutes ago, Wunderbar said:

try alt + f12

I sit on a Macbook btw.. 

This is crazy.. What Is the difference between Transpose note up and Octave up? Why is everything changing in the same time? OMG so annoying! 

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4 minutes ago, Wunderbar said:

u can always right click the sequencer and go down to selection. There u can just click on transpose note up 1 or 12. It also gives the short cut for that command.

All the other notes changes in the same time that way also. 🥲

You mean that's not happen to you? 

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 u should really just check the manual. It has two options use the transpose command on a single note or all the notes in the column. Im on windows never used a mac so idk what the alt or ctrl equivalent is on mac.

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55 minutes ago, cern said:

All the other notes changes in the same time that way also. 🥲

You mean that's not happen to you? 

Even if you go Selection --> Transpose? Sounds to me like you're clicking the wrong thing

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1 hour ago, cern said:

All the other notes changes in the same time that way also. 🥲

You mean that's not happen to you? 

you wanted to change octave for keyjazzing do you? not to change octave for notes already in pattern

as far as i have numpad on my keayboard i can change octave with / and *
you should bind em here:

global -> octave -> increase/decrease

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29 minutes ago, kausto said:

you wanted to change octave for keyjazzing do you? not to change octave for notes already in pattern

as far as i have numpad on my keayboard i can change octave with / and *
you should bind em here:

global -> octave -> increase/decrease

image.png.582ad9537546e0a4daef71bbc80d1404.png

Thank You! That helped Little bit! 

BUT I still dont have no clue how I change one notes octave without doing it automatically on all other notes!

Lets say I have C-3, A-2, G-3, A-4 and want to change A-2 to a A#-3. 

On all other trackers I just go to the note and holding in the minus or plus key to to go down or up note by note fast simple and easy. 

Can not do this in Renoise? 

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9 minutes ago, cern said:

Thank You! That helped Little bit! 

BUT I still dont have no clue how I change one notes octave without doing it automatically on all other notes!

Lets say I have C-3, A-2, G-3, A-4 and want to change A-2 to a A#-3. 

On all other trackers I just go to the note and holding in the minus or plus key to to go down or up note by note fast simple and easy. 

Can not do this in Renoise? 

only if pattern editor -> block operations
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you could check also esa ruoho's paketti tool pack maybe he have another routine here
https://forum.renoise.com/t/new-tool-3-1-pakettir3/

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Lol I can not upload anything on WATMM wtf? 

Anyway I have the best skins ever.. I can send u alot if u help me with the octave up and down. 

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Just now, chronical said:

yeah but can u upload it?? :catrecline:

No sorry but I don't have the "attach file" option anymore! Maybe Joyrex wants my money for that. 

The emoji is here tho 🐣

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2 hours ago, cern said:

I think Im going back to PlayerPro.. There u can even just klick on a note and a whole window with every note is popping up. 

AFX mentioned this.

I agree renoise should have this.

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