Working with the Hyper Editor


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Working with the Hyper Editor

In the video editing controller messages with Hyper View, we used a special view to edit one continuous controller MIDI event message at a time in the Piano Roll. What if we want to view and edit more than one continuous controller messages at a time? There's a special MIDI editing window exactly for this purpose, the Hyper Editor. Not to be confused with Hyper View, the Hyper Editor also excels at editing and writing drumbeats. Let's check it out. Select the first Lead synth region. We can open Hyper Editor from the Window menu or by choosing Command+5.

As you can see, there's some modulation information written in there. Let's listen to it. It makes the notes squiggly when the modulation gets higher. (Music playing.) This information is contained in the Modulation lane, which is currently selected. Just like tracks in the Arrange window, you can select different modulation lanes when you want to work on them. On the top of the left pane, we see a region parameter list that ...

Working with the Hyper Editor
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Working with the Hyper Editor provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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