Select the MIDI Tool and then go up into the menu "MIDI Tool > Tempo." Then, as you've already done in your screen shot, make sure that the tempo tap staff is set to record. And just to be sure, select the HyperScribe Tool and then go into the menu "HyperScribe > Beat Source > Tap" and then press "OK." At this point, if you're in studio view and have your playback window open, just press record. It will start playing back once you hit the spacebar and record the tempos through tapping the spacebar. Hope that helps, let me know if you need any clarity!
Cute response, I did read the manual, the very page you directed me to.
THAT is what made me fail! There are several elements missing from the description.
Step #2 is apparently negated as there are already rhythmic durations notated in the tempo tap staff – so, are they overwritten? By speedy or simple entry? If overwritten, why can’t they simply be overwritten by the performed inputted tempo tap?
Step #4 states “click the measure in the Tempo Tap staff” – doing this engages the batching before playback, and then playback– it elicits NO metronome sound or “tap”
Step #4 continues “the first beat you tap is the signal to start recording” Tap what? What and where can I click in order to start a tempo, but NOT the playback batching?
Step #5 is the same situation as #4 – hitting the space bar simply engages the playback – re-hitting space bar stops the performance, it does not elicit a tempo of any sorts
Step #6 has no bearing, as the above descriptions failed – is one supposed to click on an instrument staff (instead of the tempo tap line)? Is there a specific gesture that guarantees consistent results?
My last question went completely unaddressed – clicking on the “Edit” button on the tempo tap staff brings up a MIDI edit page of sorts – what is the purpose of this page? It is completely unaddressable – I cannot change anything on this page; is it strictly for viewing?