Grazie wrote on 3/18/2007, 3:12 AM
NOT DUMB at all!!!

I double click on the event. This places front and back Loop Region. I then Drag the event up or down between tracks. The Loop region keeps the "tramlines" in place while I do it. Most likely NOT the official method, but it works for me.
farss wrote on 3/18/2007, 3:36 AM
that'll work but I was so damn certain it was something like Shift + drag but I've tried every key + drag to no avail. You'd kind of think it'd be something we'd need to do a lot that there'd be a real easy way to do it, kind of why I've never asked and suffered in silence. It's not so bad with video but audio events, eeek.

Grazie wrote on 3/18/2007, 3:41 AM
Uh - yeah!!

* Numeric Notepad

* Ctrl Up Down Arrow!
Tattoo wrote on 3/18/2007, 4:02 AM

You can also click on the event to select it, and then use the "8" or "2" on the keypad to move the event (or multiple selected events) up or down tracks with no left/right movement. Seems easier than resetting your In/Out Region.


edit: I see Grazie beat me to the punch while I was away from the computer. He's quick!
farss wrote on 3/18/2007, 4:07 AM
Thanks guys, after years of sleepless nights I can finally rest peacefully.

Grazie wrote on 3/18/2007, 4:09 AM
Tattoo! I aint THAT quick, if I was THAT quick I would've said it correctly to begin with! LOL!!

Forget the CTRL stuff too .. . I was thinking shifting POINTS on an Envelope - seesshhh..! Mind you, you can move CTRL-grouped stuff up and down on different tracks simultaneously OR not!!

Grazie wrote on 3/18/2007, 4:11 AM
after years of sleepless nights I can finally rest peacefully.

Outstanding Bob!!