When you’re working on a project, making changes, adjusting parameters, deleting stuff, you’ll likely come across a point where you want to quickly reverse something you just did. You can do this quickly from Push using the undo button. It may seem simple, but I’ve had situations and gear that didn’t have an undo button and such a simple feature becomes a big deal when it’s missing. For example, I use it a lot when sequencing, if I don’t like something I can quickly undo it and start again. Also if I make a change to a parameter I didn’t like, delete a track by accident, and all sorts of other things I want to reverse quickly, undo comes in handy. This video will show you how to use it, as well as how to “redo” something you just undid.
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