26 Riffstation Keyboard Shortcuts

for Windows

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Most used Riffstation Shortcuts

Action Riffstation Shortcuts
Exit Ctrl + Q
Fast forward Right Arrow key
Rewind Left Arrow key
Volume down [
Volume up ]
Zoom in =
Zoom out
Load session Ctrl + L
Metronome volume down
Metronome volume up \
Open audio file Ctrl + O
Play/pause Enter
Pitch down (-1 semitone) F7
Pitch up (+1 semitone) F8
Play from selection start Down Arrow key
Play/return playhead to starting position Spacebar
Save audio Ctrl + A
Save session Ctrl + S
Show chord viewer tab 3
Show Jam Master tab 1
Show the Riff Builder tab 2
Tempo down (-1 BPM) F5
Tempo up (+1 BPM) F6
Toggle isolate tool F3
Toggle tempo tool F2
View Help F1


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