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Keystroke

Action

Alt + 0

Show/hide the full-screen SceneView display. Esc

will also close the SceneView display.

Ctrl + B

Show/hide all Output Buses.

Ctrl + C

Copies the selected Output Bus or Instrument Module. See

Adding, Deleting, and Copying Instrument Modules and Adding,

Deleting, and Copying Output Buses for more information.

Ctrl + E

Creates a new Scene with a default name

based on the current date and time.

Ctrl + L

Solos the selected Instrument Module.

Ctrl + M

Mutes the selected Instrument Module.

Ctrl + O

Displays the ‘Open rack’ dialog box and allows a previously

saved rack to be loaded.

Ctrl + P

Toggles audio engine On/Off.

Ctrl + T

Toggles transport Play On/Off.

Ctrl + R

Creates a new, empty rack. You will be prompted to save

the current rack if changes have been made to it.

Ctrl + S

Saves the current rack. If the rack has not been saved

before, you will be prompted to name the new rack.

Ctrl + U

Updates the current Scene.

Ctrl + W

Show/hide the console window of the selected module.

Ctrl + X or

Alt + F4

Exits Forte.

Space

Advances to the next Scene.

Ctrl + Space

Moves to previous Scene.

Insert

Adds a new Instrument Module to the rack.

Alt + Insert

Adds a new insert effect to the current Module.

Ctrl + Insert

Adds a new Output Bus to the rack.

Ctrl + D

Deletes the selected Instrument Module or Output Bus.

Home

Scrolls the Control Module into view.

End

Scrolls to the bottom of the rack.

TAB or

Down Arrow

Advances the Selection Caret to the next Instrument Module

or Output Bus. When the Selection Caret reaches the

last Module in the rack, it wraps around to the first.

F1

Opens Forte Help.

NUMPAD 1~9

Presses the MIDI Panic button.

1~0

Use Scene numbers 1 through 10.

Ctrl + 1~0

Use Scene numbers 11 through 20.

Shift + 1~0

Use Scene numbers 21 through 30.

Ctrl + Shift

1~0

Use Scene numbers 31 through 40.

Shift + TAB

or Up Arrow

Moves the Selection Caret to the previous Instrument

Module ot Output Bus. When the first Output Bus is

reached, it wraps around to the last Module in the rack.

 

 

Note: These shortcut keys are reassignable using Edit Shortcuts

in Preferences.