a computer game track 1. 2. 88 Set the Locators between 49 and 65. Enable cycle and play. Using the Instrument Parameter box, separate the two virtual guitarists by panning the first to a value of 40 and the second to 88. Leave the strings in the center (64). Place the clarinettist at 48 and the pizzicato strings at 80. We now have quite a nice spread. Have a peek in the Track Mixer [Windows > Open Track Mixer] and you'll notice the changes reflected in the Pan settings (Figure P5.17). Figure Figure P5.17. Pan settings 3. 4. Set the Locators ­ (L) 49.1.1 (R) 65.1.1, select all sequences [Edit > Select > Inside Locators], and copy and paste to bar 65. Save Song ­ compare with project5/5.5. It's all going swimmingly so far and there's room on our canvas for more. Something nautical? A fragment from a well-known sea shanty perhaps? The Drunken Sailor obviously! Played on the accordion? Of course! Take 6 Note Track 6: (Ch 6) Accordion Fr. Sequence Parameters box: Qua 1/16 ­ note Instrument Parameter box: Cha 6, Prg 21 Transport Bar: (L) 57.1.1 (R) 61.1.1 Follow these steps: 1. Record the accordion part (Figures P5.18 and P5.19). This fragment works best over the lower transposed section, hence the Locator positions of 57 ­ 61.