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Push 2 101 - Explained and Explored.
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What are Transients?
transients determine the start point of the sample
A quick attack or volume spike in the audio
transients show you when the pitch changes
What does Quantizing do?
Deletes the notes
Corrects the timing of the notes
Changes the order of the notes
Corrects the pitch of the notes
Can you add Audio directly from Live's browser using Push?
You can only add MIDI instruments
True or False: There is no way to change the Pad sensitivity on Push.
What track types can we add by using the Add track button?
only MIDI tracks
Audio, MIDI, and Return track types
Audio, MIDI, and Master tracks
What Add Track button?
True or False: Clips made with the Step Sequencer can only be 1-bar long.
What is Headroom?
The mental space needed to hear the music clearly
The distance in dB's from the peak volume of the audio to 0 dB
Indicates how big a pair of headphones you need to mix
determines how much CPU your computer is using
Do envelopes generally repeat?
Can you create your own slices from Push?
Yes, using Slice to Pad
True or False: the Start parameter and the S. Start parameter do the same thing.
Can resampling be set up using Push by itself?
True or False: It is not possible to duplicate clips from Push
Does an LFO generally repeat?
On the default Note mode layout, what do the colored pads represent?
The Root note of the current scale
The notes in the scale
The notes that aren't in the scale
True or False: Reversing a sample requires you to bring the end point before the start point.
True or False: Automated parameters display a white dot next to them on Push
What was the purpose of duplicating a track in this tutorial?
To have the same sound playing an octave lower
To make it twice as loud
To pan each track hard left and hard right
Can you use the Drum Rack style Step Sequencer with Simpler?
True or False: The Note Repeat button has to be held down to work
When the record button is on, played pads turn ____.
Is it possible to make new clips record for a specific amount of time?
An effect placed directly on a track is called what?
What does it mean when the audio is Warped?
warping reverses the audio
the pitch goes up and down like a warped record
it will play at the same tempo regardless of pitch, or at the same pitch regardless of tempo.
warping lets you swap the sample
True or False: A Scene is a vertical column of clips
How do you select the audio input on an audio track?
Show the track Inputs and Outputs and select from there
Open the software that came with your audio interface
arm the track
Rename the track with the audio input
Push 2 101
Explained and Explored
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