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 edit tool can do. I'm going to choose grabber first. And just like with audio regions, the Grabber tool can select and move entire MIDI regions. So I can click on this and slide it over. I'm going to undo that. You can also press Option on a Mac or Alt in Windows and then click and drag copies of a region, like this.

If I go over to Notes view, I can click a note to select it. I can also Shift+Click multiple notes. I can also can also click and drag and create a marquee. So I'm going to click and drag here. That selects just those notes. Once some notes are selected, I can click and drag them to move them forward or backward in time.

I can also change the pitch up or down by dragging up or down. (Piano playing.) Now you'll notice that when I am moving these notes, the notes over in this region are also moving, and that's because I have this button activated, the Mirrored MIDI Edi...

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 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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