No click track option?

Carlos-Melendez wrote on 2/19/2019, 10:22 PM

Hi, I have the 2018 version and I am unable to create a click track on it. I have been trying to get ideas on how to do it, and noticed there are some other samplitude versions that will create a click track, but I cannot see the same options on my version. I can make the click sound along with me while recording or playing back while in session, but if by chance I export to Mp3, the click goes away, and I need it to stay on the recorded track. Any suggestion? Greatly appreciated!

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Graham-Hawker wrote on 2/20/2019, 1:01 AM

You could add a click sound in the midi editor using a suitable instrument. However it seems strange keeping a click track in an exported track.

browj2 wrote on 2/20/2019, 10:13 AM

@Carlos-Melendez

Which program are you referring to? You have posted under MusicMaker.

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Carlos-Melendez wrote on 2/20/2019, 10:17 AM

Oh no, my bad, this is for Music Studio Samplitude

browj2 wrote on 2/20/2019, 10:44 AM

Hi,

I don't know the limitations of Samplitude Music Studio as I only have a very old version.

Here is a tutorial by Kraznet about putting a click track in Samplitude Pro X3. He also has an older tutorial that may be better. Failing that, the only suggestion that I have is to do as Graham has suggested.

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Carlos-Melendez wrote on 2/20/2019, 11:45 AM

Yeah, I watched that same tutorial on the X3, but this one has the limitation on that particularly. I guess I won't be able to do much...

Carlos-Melendez wrote on 2/20/2019, 11:46 AM

You could add a click sound in the midi editor using a suitable instrument. However it seems strange keeping a click track in an exported track.

So, create a click with a MIDI keyboard for example?

browj2 wrote on 2/20/2019, 2:00 PM

Try using one of the object synths, like Beatbox 2.

Did you watch the old tutorial by Kraznet?

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