Match the number with the correct term below.

A. Track mixer The track mixer displays a pan control (to set the track’s left-to-right position in the stereo field) and a volume slider.

B. Master volume slider and level meters The master volume slider is where you set the overall output level of your song.

C. Timeline The timeline is where most of the action takes place. It serves as a visual representation of your song and is the canvas you’ll be working on as you add loops and so on.

D. Track Header Each track has a header that contains the instrument’s name and icon, as well as Record, Mute, Solo, and Lock Track buttons and a volume and pan curve button.

E. Transport Controls The transport controls function like VCR controls, including play, record, fast-forward, and rewind buttons (see Figure 1).

F. Time display The time display shows the playhead position in minutes and seconds or in measures and beats. It also shows the tempo of the song in beats per minute.

G. Add Track, Track Info, Lookp Browser, and Track Editor buttons You’ll frequently use the Add Track, Track Info, Loop Browser, and Loop Editor buttons when working with tracks.

Transport Controls and their keyboard shortcuts:

A. Go to Beginning button (Home or Z), which sends the playhead back to the beginning of the song;

B. Record button (R);

C. Cycle button (C), which lets you listen to one area of your song over and over.

D. Play button (spacebar);

E. Rewind button (Left arrow);

F. Forward button (Right arrow);