Hi guys, I've noticed in Fruity Loops, Cubase, and Abelton that there is a "Transpose" for any track/audio file. For instance, in Maztek's Sample Genie tutorial, he simply turns the knob for his snare track to adjust the pitch. Fruity Loops and Ableton as well: as simple as a turn of the knob. For Logic Pro X, I can't find it for the life of me. If I click on the "i" for info on a MIDI track, the ability to "Transpose" does appear. Not a knob, but I can type in the amount. However, when I drag an AUDIO sample, the ability to type in the "Transpose" amount disappears. I click on the "i" in the top left, and it is no longer an option. Does this mean the only way to transpose audio in Logic Pro X is to double click on the sample, go to Functions, then Time and Pitch Machine, then type in the number of "cents", preview, and post? Is there an easier route I haven't discovered or is Logic Pro X a step behind all the DAWs in this regard? And yes, I know the ESX24 allows you to pitch it at different keys, but the sample speed increases depending on the pitch- quite annoying as well. And I also know that there is a "Pitch Shifter" (both AU and built in) but both of those degrade the quality (the default Pitch Correction in FX is horrible for maintaining audio quality past 3 semitones).