Capo groups controls together in an area at the bottom of the Heads-Up Display called the Control Strip. There you'll find different sets of controls depending on your selection in the Control Strip Selector that is located to the left of the position display.
You can switch between different sets of controls displayed in the Control Strip by clicking on the Control Strip Selector to reveal all its choices in a pop-up menu. You may also access any of the control strips using your keyboard by pressing ⌃1 to ⌃7.
Below is a list of all the control strips, with a brief description of, and links to, their various functions.
Here you can add and remove Looping Regions to your project, as well as navigate your song by region.
These controls let you add and delete markers that allow you to navigate to meaningful points in a song. Where a region would surround an entire solo, a marker would instead help you find noteworthy phrases or notes within that solo.
This Control Strip allows you to add or remove Chords in your song, and also lets you move between the locations of chord changes in the song.
Here you can toggle the Transcription Playhead, set up the Metronome & Count-In features, control the Isolation effect, and adjust the Mixer.
For all these features, their buttons will be highlighted to indicate that the features are active, or making changes to playback. For example, when any of the Mixer volumes are set below 100%, its icon will be highlighted.
The Speed slider that allows you to adjust the song's playback tempo. While adjusting the slider, the current playback speed percentage is shown above the slider knob, and underneath the slider track you'll see the current (detected) tempo after applying your speed adjustment.
This slider allows you to modify the key of your song so that you can play along or sing more comfortably with the recording. While adjusting the slider you'll see an indication of the adjustment you're making displayed in semitones. Below the slider, the (detected) key is listed, taking your adjustment into account.
The pitch slider is valuable when working with older recordings that may be out of tune. Adjusting this slider displays a value in cents, which is equal to 1/100 semitones. The slider allows you to tune a full semitone (i.e. 100 cents) in either direction.
Last updated: December 13, 2018