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Converting Akai to ReFill > Converting Akai to ReFill - Pg. 290

Now that you have a basic understanding of what the Matrix does, it's time to consider its individual functions and features. THE PATTERN SECTION AND RUN BUTTONS As you read through this chapter, you will see many similarities between the Matrix pattern section and the pattern section of Redrum, most notably, the Run button. The controls are the same in the pattern sections of both devices, so please refer to Chapter 7, "Redrum-- Close Up," to review. Edit Mode At the top-left corner of the Matrix interface is the Edit Mode selector. This selector switches between the two available edit modes--Key and Curve. Key Edit--When this edit mode is selected, the Matrix Pattern window displays note information and note on/off/velocity values for each note. This is the view that you use to write a sequenced pattern. Curve Edit--When this edit mode is selected, the Matrix Pattern window displays curve information and displays the note on/off/velocity values for each note. Curve Edit allows you to create patterns that can control various parameters on any of the Reason devices.