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Pattern Editor Transpose

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asked May 25, 2018 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by Funkybot (21,030 points)
The Pattern Editor could benefit from the inclusion of a basic MIDI Transpose function (similar to Musical Functions -> Transpose). This would be great for quickly changing the key of melodic patterns, or creating variations without having to resort to needing a chord track.

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answered May 31, 2018 by AlexTinsley (773,070 points)
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answered Jun 10, 2018 by mikemanners (1,110 points)
I am in full agreement.

I have been wasting time wondering how to transpose a pattern up or down within the Pattern Creator, and, of course, it isn't possible.
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answered Jun 10, 2018 by Funkybot (21,030 points)
@mikemanners, the only workaround, for the time being, would be to convert the Pattern to a MIDI Part, then use the standard MIDI transpose. But then you lose the ability to go back to it ever being a pattern and you're locked into the PRV. So the workaround is far from ideal.
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answered Feb 7 by michaelmichalski (420 points)
This would be a huge workflow improvement for me.  Currently, I avoid the pattern editor for melodic material because transpose is missing.
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answered May 22 by audiodacious (260 points)
The pattern editor really needs transpose!!!  

Just updated to Studio One 4 today.

Within 15 minutes of using the pattern editor I was searching around to find Transpose and also a way to colourise event lanes in drum mode.