An arbitrary name of this Segment. Shall be unique within your soundtrack to avoid confusion.
The musical intensity expressed by this Segment
usable at Theme Start
check this if this Segment may be used to start a Theme. See Segment application properties.
usable at Theme Middle
check this if this Segment may be used in the middle of a Theme. See Segment application properties.
usable at Theme End
check this if this Segment may be used to end a Theme. See Segment application properties.
Automatic Bridge Segment
Check this if you generally want to use this Segment for all transitions from any other Theme to this Segment's Theme. As long as there is at least one Segment marked as a Bridge Segment within a Theme, all other Segments within this Theme are implicitly blocked.
Default compatiblity as follower
Here you can set if this Segment usually works well when played after most other Segments. If is does, set the default compatibility to "allowed" (default behavior). If it doesn't, set the compatibility to "blocked". In this case you need to manually allow transitions to this Segment by selecting all its compatible predecessors in the Source Tree, and right-click this Segment until it is marked as light green in the Target Tree view.
Prebeat/Postbeat Length - Set Manually
Check this if you want to enter the Pre- and Postbeat regions manually,in case you know their exact number of samples. The other option is to have the Prebeat/Postbeat times calculated automatically, based on the BPM of your Theme and the number of beats kept blank before the loop-able region of your Segment.
If the Set Manually option is enabled, enter the length of the PreBeat region in samples. The PreBeat region is the region before the loop-able region of a Segment. See How Segments are mixed.
If the Set Manually option is enabled, enter the length of the PostBeat region in samples. The PostBeat is the region of an audio sample after the loop-able musical measure, usually containing decaying sounds and reverb. See How Segments are mixed.
Enter the beats per minute of the associated audio sample. (used to calculate the Pre- and PostBeat regions based on their length in beats and the bpm of the audio sequence.)
The length of your PostBeat region, measured in beats.