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Look below :)
Ah right, easy check the bit about the machinist :)
Hope this helps a bit - I'm not musically trained so this is all just what I found out by using AT. That's probably the best way to learn - plug stuff in, turn knobs and hit buttons - experiment and see what happens. Welcome to Audiotool! :)
Lastly you can bounce a beat (see import sample) or get a sample from the library and load it into a machinist, then you can change the pitch on the channel. If on the off chance you mean the bpm (speed) of the whole track look to the left of the screen and double click the number - 120, then you can speed up or slow down the whole track
Hi Um not entirely sure how you mean change the pitch on the beat but here's a few suggestions: first on the 909 (beatbox 9) you can alter the tone of the bass drum, higher lower, along with decay (the length of the beat) and attack (how sharp the beat is - like a thud or a tap). Second you can plug in a pitch delay between the 909 and the centroid, put level to max and feedback to min then mess with the tone.