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-The **Scales** and **Chord Browsers** are not used often, you can add new scales and chords here, or remove some from the library. The browsers are not used for scale or chord selection during composing, it is much faster and easier to use the **Quick Suggestions** window, or **Chord Selector**. ​You can click on a scale on the master track and change root note, or replace the scale from the pop-up window. In the browsers you can audition the sounds of scales and chords you might not be familiar with. **Scales Browser** previews all types of scales from lowest note to highest note, and back down. **Chords Browser** plays a chord type or “color” (such as minor 7th or sus2) so you can hear how it sounds, and if you like it, you can drag that type to a chord already in the Composition (doing so will change the chord type, but retain its root, although this is not the recommended practice).+The **Scales** and **Chord Browsers** are not used often, you can add new scales and chords here, or remove some from the library. The browsers are not used for scale or chord selection during composing, it is much faster and easier to use the **Quick Suggestions** window, or **Chord Selector**. ​Clicking ​on a scale on the master track lets you change ​the root note, or replace the scale from the pop-up window, so it is not necessary to open these browsers. In the browsers you can audition the sounds of scales and chords you might not be familiar with. **Scales Browser** previews all types of scales from lowest note to highest note, and back down. **Chords Browser** plays a chord type or “color” (such as minor 7th or sus2) so you can hear how it sounds, and if you like it, you can drag that type to a chord already in the Composition (doing so will change the chord type, but retain its root, although this is not the recommended practice).
  
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