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Old 2nd February 2009
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command D for sonar

You know is sonar has a double command like PT or just copy paste?
Old 2nd February 2009
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Originally Posted by skiroy ➑️
You know is sonar has a double command like PT or just copy paste?

What?

Do you mean duplicate?
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Yes CMD D on PT.Does sonar have it?
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Altering your menus may affect your menus' hotkeys, which allow you to navigate through the application's menus without using a mouse. You can view the hotkeys in your menus by pressing Alt and observing the underlined letters. Pressing the underlined letter on your keyboard will launch that menu command. In order to ensure you have no duplicates hotkeys in your customized menu, do the following.

Launch the Menu Editor and select the menu or submenu you wish to check for duplicate hotkeys. Right-click the Menu Item and select Check Hotkeys. The Menu Editor will then report back if duplicate hotkeys are found, or if a command has no hotkey at all.
Note: the Check Hotkeys command examines only commands on the menu that you right-clicked, at the menu level that you right-clicked. It does not examine submenus of that menu.
If missing or duplicate hotkeys are found, right-click again and select Generate Hotkeys. New non-duplicate hotkeys will be assigned for each item in that menu or submenu (but only on the menu level where you right-clicked, not on any submenus of the menu or submenu that you right-clicked).
Note: Hotkeys are indicated within the Menu Editor by ampersands ("&") in each menu item's name. The ampersand is placed directly before the letter that represents the menu item's hotkey. If you wish to assign hotkeys manually, you can do so by when you rename a hotkey by placing the ampersand before your preferred hotkey letter for that command or submenu.
If necessary, re-save your layout to preserve these changes.
Customizable Toolbars
You can customize each toolbar in SONAR. You can hide or reorder each component of a toolbar, or add buttons to a toolbar from other toolbars. You can create up to three new toolbars from components of other toolbars. You can also hide or show all toolbars with a single command, and dock toolbars vertically if you want.

The Help menu is pretty useful...



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Old 2nd February 2009 | Show parent
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You can create a hotkey for any menu command you want (Tools/Key bindings... depending, perhaps on your version).

You can copy a clip or clips by selecting them and control-dragging them to a new location. If you're ctrl-dragging them to a new track you can 'lock' them, time-wise, by also holding down the shift key. (And simply shift-dragging will move a clip or clips to a new track in the same time location.)

If you to clone a track or tracks you can select them (using the track selection tabs in the far left of the track control area) and then use the Track/Clone... command to make a full copy of the track with all settings, plugs, v-synths, etc.


Is that the kind of thing you're thinking of?
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Yes I know these methods and they work good if your grid is exactly on time.But if not the time to speak of when draging will be off further down the line.PT has a Cmd D command where whatever you have highlighted(drum loop) you keep hitting Ctrl D and it copies and pastes it at the exact end of the previous loop just from one hotkey.
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