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I am currently using the demo version and just wanted to know in the licensed version when making a sequence does the audio always back at the beginning or will it go back a few seconds and play from there? Example audio stops at 1 minute, you make a change then go back 5 seconds and play from there to watch your change. Also in the version my timing lines do not match the timing lines in the audio, they are off about 1/4 of a .1 space not quite .5. anyone else having that problem?

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You can pause the song at any point in time, and start from where on the screen you are.

Look under play, you have options to play entire sequence, visible screen (which is what you are asking for) or play from timing to end of sequence.

Playing the visible screen is great and is very handy when working in multiple timing grids.

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You can use the space bar to stop and start the song from whatever point you click on. As far as the song and timing marks, you can skew the track(under the edit tab) left or right to get it to align properly.

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Tracy Holland wrote:

I am currently using the demo version and just wanted to know in the licensed version when making a sequence does the audio always back at the beginning or will it go back a few seconds and play from there? Example audio stops at 1 minute, you make a change then go back 5 seconds and play from there to watch your change. Also in the version my timing lines do not match the timing lines in the audio, they are off about 1/4 of a .1 space not quite .5. anyone else having that problem?

You can also have issues with the audio not aligning properly if you're using MP3 files with a variable bit rate. If so, you need to either convert the MP3 to a .wav file or to a constant bit rate.
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