Using the edit tools for editing MIDI data


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Using the edit tools for editing MIDI data

When editing MIDI data each Edit tool assists in different functions. Let's look at what each tool can do. First, we'll go with the Grabber. The Grabber is used to select notes by clicking on them. You can Shift-click to select multiple notes. (Music playing.) Or you can click-and-drag to create a rectangular shape that will select all the notes inside of the rectangle. (Music playing.) Once they're selected, if you click-and-drag on one of the notes you can move them forward or back in time.

Or you can move them vertically to change the pitch. (Music playing.) I'll undo that. To transpose a copy of the note, leaving the original note where it is, press the Option key on a Mac or the Alt key on Windows, then drag the notes. (Music playing.) This is an easy way to make one note riffs into core progressions, or to add harmonies to a melody line. I'm going to undo that.

Note that any selection you make with the Grabber does not include any underlying controller or automat...

Using the edit tools for editing MIDI data
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Using the edit tools for editing MIDI data provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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