Editing MIDI notes in the piano roll editor after the performance


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Editing MIDI notes in the piano roll editor after the performance

Another area of infinite control with software instruments is the ability to edit the actual notes of what you play, deleting notes, adding notes, all within the Editor using the Piano Roll Visual Editor. Double-click the piano's MIDI region to open it in the Editor if it's not already opened. You can scroll down in the top area so you can still actually see your MIDI region, and down here in the Editor we can see all of the individual MIDI notes that were played during the piano performance, so each one of these is one of the notes that I played.

(Music playing) You can hear that. You can always click on these notes to see what they are. You can select a group of notes by clicking and dragging a box around them to group-select which allows you to then either delete them-- I am going to press Undo-- or perhaps even change those notes by clicking and dragging them up to scale. (Music playing) So now we have a different way of the piano starting. (Music playing) One was like this.

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Editing MIDI notes in the piano roll editor after the performance
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Editing MIDI notes in the piano roll editor after the performance provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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GarageBand
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