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HOW TO | Save Playback Custom Arrangements

Information on saving and recalling custom arrangements in the Playback app.

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Understanding Saves Custom Arrangements

Saving Custom Arrangements in Playback gives you the power to save a song's details like the mix, song sections and much more to the cloud; so that you can spend less time editing your tracks and more time preparing for what really matters.

Saving and loading Custom Arrangements is possible with any song in our catalogue, whether you are renting the song or own any track product of the song. You can even create and save custom arrangements for uploaded cloud songs.

Requirements

These two subscriptions are required in order to create save custom arrangements in playback.

  • Cloud Pro Intro or higher.

  • Playback Pro or Premium.

What is saved with a Custom Arrangement?

A custom arrangement will save the following info:

  • The custom song map (song sections) of the song

  • Selected Tracks for the song

  • Key and Tempo for the song

  • The pad-player pad and settings set in the song's edit menu.

  • The duration settings in the song's edit menu
    (Start point, End point, Fade Out)

  • Track fader positions for the song

  • Bus fader positions for the song (With Song Specific Busses enabled)

  • Automations made in Playback

  • SMPTE start data


Saving Custom Arrangements

  1. Enter Edit mode by tapping "Edit" and then select the song that you wish to save an arrangement for by tapping the ellipsis (⋯) on the song tile.

  2. In this menu, find the "Arrangements" section for the song and click "Save As New" to title and save the current song state as a new arrangement.

    Continue to tweak and save changes to the loaded arrangement by clicking "Save To Cloud."


Recalling Custom Arrangements

Load a previously-saved arrangement by tapping "Arrangement” in the song’s edit menu and selecting your preferred arrangement from the list.

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