Orinj Popup menu in the multitrack session

Orinj version 4.0.0

Track popup menu

Right-clicking on a track in the session will create a popup menu with the following commands.

Track Volume Changes the volume of the track. (You can also click on the volume control (Volume control) in the track control panel to the left of the track)
Track Pan Changes the pan of the track. (You can also click on the pan control (Pan control) in the track control panel to the left of the track)
Track Mute Mutes the track. (You can also click on the mute button (Mute button) in the track control panel to the left of the track)
Track Solo Soloes the track. All other tracks will be muted, unless soloed themselves. (You can also click on the solo button (Solo button) in the track control panel to the left of the track).
Track Record Prepares the track for recording (but does not start recording). (You can also click on the record button (Record button) in the track control panel to the left of the track). If you then click on the record button (Player record button) in the player toolbar at the bottom of Orinj to start recording, the recorded audio data will be placed in this track.
Track Show Volume Envelopes Shows the volume envelope of the track. (You can also click on the volume envelope button (Volume envelope button) in the track control panel to the left of the track)
Track Show Pan Envelopes Shows the pan envelopes of the track. (You can also click on the pan envelope button (Pan envelope button) in the track control panel to the left of the track)
Track Input Device Selects the input device from which this track should receive recorded audio data.
Track Move Up Moves the track up one in the track order.
Track Move Down Moves the track down one in the track order.
Track Insert From File Inserts an existing audio file (wave, MIDI, or loop) into the track.

Block popup menu

Right-clicking on a block in the session will create a popup menu that contain all commands above for the corresponding track and the commands below.

Block Meta Properties Shows the meta properties of the block. The meta properties that are shown depend on the type of the file (for example, display name and artist for wave files). The meta properties of the block cannot be changed in this view, but can be changed in the corresponding other view of Orinj (for example, the meta properties of wave files can be changed in the Orinj single wave view).
Block Position Allows the user to specify the precise position of the block in time.
Block File Shows the audio file used by the block and allows the user to change that file.
Block Mute Mutes the block. The corresponding track and other blocks in this track will remain not muted.
Block Fade Ends Fades the start and end of the block during playback and mixing. The faded portion is very short – less than what the human ear can perceive. This is useful if the block was cut from a longer block. When blocks are cut, it is possible that the audio data in the block starts or ends with a large value, which would cause playback to produce pops and clicks because of the sudden jump from zero to a large value or from a large value to a zero.
Block Loop Repeats the block several times, where each repetition starts at the time where the previous repetition ends. All repetitions use the same audio file on the hard drive.
Block Make Unique Creates a separate audio file for the block, so that it does not use the same audio file as other blocks (if there are such other blocks). This is useful, as further processing of this blocks (e.g., when processing effects) will not change the other blocks.
Block Remove Removes the block from the session. The corresponding audio file on disk is not removed and remains unchanged.
Block View Single Opens the file in the corresponding view of Orinj (for example, MIDI files will be opened in the Orinj MIDI roll view).

See also:
Orinj Multitrack session menu

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