In This Lesson: Note Lanes - Tap Tempo - Tempo Changes
New note lanes are useful for stacking different MIDI recordings on top of each other, with the same instrument.
To create a new note lane:
You can manually tap on the "Tap Tempo" button at the bottom of the Reason interface to set the tempo. It will read whatever speed your are tapping at in order to set the tempo.
This is useful for trying to discover or emulate the tempo of certain songs.
To change the tempo (in the middle of the song, contrary to the whole song tempo):
Quick Correction: In the video I mention that you cannot move the tempo block once it has been created. That is incorrect, you actually can move the tempo block as long as it is not in "Edit Mode".
So if you've double clicked the tempo clip/block, you won't be able to drag it around. Simply go back into the song mode and you should be able to drag the block around.
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