Editing MIDI data with event operations


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Editing MIDI data with event operations

While the Edit tools and MIDI event list enables you to edit specific notes or groups of notes, the editing possibilities found in the Event Operations window can have even more impact on your MIDI and instrument tracks. Let's go up to Event > Event Operations. The operations in the Event Operations window enable you to enter and alter the pitch, dynamics, timing, and phrasing of any MIDI performance. Now we have covered Input Quantize and Step Input here, but now I'll give explanations of the others, and then I'll dedicate a separate video to the most enigmatic of these operations--quantization.

Let's start with Change Velocity. The Change Velocity function adjusts the attack and release velocities for selected MIDI Notes. It's useful for creating dynamic changes that weren't recorded with the original MIDI data. So if I were to select these notes right here on the trumpet track, I can choose to change the velocity of the Note On, or the Note Off. I can set them al...

Editing MIDI data with event operations
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Editing MIDI data with event operations provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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