The Chord Strip explained

The chord strip provides a real-time feed of chords as the music plays. It is synchronized to the waveform viewer so you can zoom in and out to see the chords at your preferred size. As the music plays, the playback cursor (vertical white line) moves through the waveform viewer, representing the current playback position. It also shows which chord on the chord strip you should play. It is not ideal to have to follow the playback cursor across the screen, nor is it possible to fit all the chords on the screen at the same time. For this reason, we provide an auto scroll feature. To the right of the chord strip, you will find a scroll button.

When scroll is on, the playback cursor will be locked to the centre of the waveform viewer as the chords scroll past.

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