Hi,

So I've written a pattern of notes and let's say I want to quickly shift the entire pattern up or down an octave, how would I do that?

```
d7 $ slow 9 $ note " [[ds0,ds1,e2] ~ [ds0,ds1,as2] ~ ]*4 [[e0,e1,fs2] ~ [e0,e1,b2] ~ ]*4 [[fs0,fs1,fs2] ~ [fs0,fs1,b2] ~ ]*2 [[gs0,gs1,gs2] ~ [gs0,gs1,b2] ~ ]*2 [[ds0,ds1,e2] ~ [ds0,ds1,as2] ~ ]*4 [[e0,e1,fs2] ~ [e0,e1,b2] ~ ]*4 [[fs0,fs1,fs2] ~ [fs0,fs1,b2] ~ ] [[fs0,fs1,fs2] ~ [fs0,fs1,ds3] ~ ] [[gs0,gs1,gs2] ~ [gs0,gs1,ds3] ~ ]*2 [[ds0,ds1,gs2] ~ [ds0,ds1,ds3] ~ ]*4 [[e0,e1,fs2] ~ [e0,e1,b2] ~ ]*4 [[fs0,fs1,as2] ~ [fs0,fs1,b2] ~ ]*2 [[gs0,gs1,as2] ~ [gs0,gs1,b2] ~ ]*2" # s "Decepticon" # crush "< 16 14 10 >" # room 0.3 # orbit 3
```

Is there something I could add before the "$ note" command like "$ up 12" for 12 semitones or something like that?