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Creating a ritardando in tempo track


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I’m working with a midi track, using a tempo track to create a ritard.  is there a way to get a precise decimal point?  The starting tempo of the song is  74.5.  After I create a ritardando, I want the tempo to be the same as the starting tempo. How do I get the decimal point to be exact?  I’m getting 75.6.  I did a search, and I read “hold down Control while dragging.But when I do this, I’m getting “Extend Left, Deselect Global Track, Configure Global Track.”  Thanks for the help.

 

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49 minutes ago, Antaren said:

I read “hold down Control while dragging.But when I do this, I’m getting “Extend Left, Deselect Global Track, Configure Global Track.”  Thanks for the help.

Start dragging, then while you're holding down your mouse button, hold down Control and continue dragging. 

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