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Keyboard

You can use the following keyboard shortcuts while composing a track.

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Press to start or stop playback.

commandcontrol key

Hold down the commandcontrol key while drawing notes to create "loud" notes.

optionalt key

Hold down the optionalt key while drawing notes to create "soft" notes.

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Playback starting point

By default, playback always starts from the beginning of a track. This can be difficult if you want to focus your attention on a piece in the middle, or near the end.

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Clicking on the arrow icon again will remove it.

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Double click this icon and you can mute or unmute the row.

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Clutch factor

Rossni Presendieu
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Rossni Presendieu

BEATLAB CLUTCH FACTOR!! Let See how the Elite Beatlabbers Get Followers Per song!

This is Basically A Tool For Figuring out the CHANCES Of a ELITE beatlabber Getting a Follower When they Release 1 New song.

I do it by dividing the Followers By Songs

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theesis
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Hell yeah! 94% Clutch. Awesome idea Ross.

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Rossni Presendieu
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Rossni Presendieu

http://www.beatlab.com/matrices/204446 Ugis Clutch Factor is 68% even though his is 68 he is still probably the best beatlabber around

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Rossni Presendieu
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Rossni Presendieu

http://www.beatlab.com/matrices/204625 Richards Clutch Factor is 27% The reason that he is so low is because he created over 700 tracks but not as many follwers the chances of him getting a new follower if he creates a new track is 27%

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Richard Manuel
Richard Manuel

My clutch factor is over 9000% :D

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