Setlist and Scenes Editor
The Scene and Set Manager is where you can organize scenes into songs and sets. Access the scene manager by pressing the RACK EDITOR button on the Console amd selecting the Setlist and Scenes tab.
Scene and Set Manager
The top left is the Set Pool. Two predefined sets exist:
|•||all scenes consists of all scenes in the Scene Pool. This is an easy way to advance through all scenes in order without imposing Song management.|
|•||checked scenes is the similar but only includes and advances through scenes checked in the "Inc" (include) column.|
You can double click on a custom set's name to rename it. You may also double click on the number to the right of a set to transpose the entire set up or down the number of halfsteps. This is done by altering incoming MIDI note data.
The Set Organizer may be shown or hidden with the Hide Sets button.
The current set area shows the song and scene order of the currently chosen set. You may:
|•||Drag songs up and down in the set to reorder them.|
|•||Add songs to the set by dragging them from the song pool or by highlighting them and pressing the Insert button.|
|•||Remove songs from the set by highlighting them and pressing the Remove button.|
|•||Use the Up or Down buttons to move songs up or down in the set. Hold CTRL while clicking up or down to move 10 positions at a time, hold SHIFT to move to top or bottom.|
|•||Show or hide the individual scenes in the song list by pressing the Show/Hide Scenes button.|
|•||Export a set list to the clipboard by pressing the Export button. You may then paste the results into another application for printing.|
The "--end of set--" item is in the set list to mark the end of the set and to enable you to drop songs at the end of the set.
The Song Pool is a collection of all defined songs. You may:
|•||Create new songs with the "New" button.|
|•||Delete songs by clicking on them and pressing the "Delete" button.|
|•||Clone a song by clicking on it and pressing the "Clone" button.|
|•||Add scenes to songs by dragging them from the scene pool or by highlighting them and pressing the Insert button.|
|•||Remove scenes from songs by clicking on the scenes and pressing the Remove button.|
|•||Double click a Song name to rename it.|
|•||Click in the "Trn" column to transpose the entire song up or down.|
|•||Move scenes up or down in a song by pressing the Up or Down buttons (hold CTRL while clicking up or down to move 10 positions at a time, hold SHIFT to move to top or bottom)|
|•||Press Image Cue Add or Remove to add or remove an image cue to the selected song or to a scene within a song. The small page icon next to the song or scene will be white when an image cue is attached.|
The "Use" column displays how many times the song is used in various sets.
The Scene Pool is a collection of all scenes. You can:
|•||Clone a scene by clicking on it and pressing the "Clone" button|
|•||Delete a scene by clicking on it and pressing the "Delete" button|
|•||Double click on a scene name to rename it.|
|•||Check or uncheck the "Inc" column to include or exclude the scene from the "checked scenes" setlist.|
|•||Check or uncheck the "Lnk" column to lock or unlock a scene for modification.|
|•||Double click the Description column to add description information to the scene.|
|•||Click in the "Trn" column to transpose the scene up or down.|
|•||Press Image Cue Add or Remove to add or remove an image cue to the selected scene. The small page icon next to the scene will be white when an image cue is attached.|
You cannot create new scenes here because scenes are snapshots of the current rack. Press the [NEW SCENE] button on the console to create a scene.
The Quick Access scene area enables you to define up to 8 scenes that are accessible instantly by MIDI control regardless of the current set order. When activated the scene will join the current set at the next location, and the scene will be advanced to. The following scene advance will then move to the original next scene. The inserted scene is not removed from the set order until the rack is reloaded. You may also insert a quick access scene via the SceneView Quick Access buttons. You may show or hide the Quick Access Scenes area by pressing the Show/Hide button.
See Scene MIDI Automation for details.