Utilizing real-time properties


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Utilizing real-time properties

Many of the MIDI editing features found in the MIDI Operations window can also be edited in real-time while this session is playing, using the MIDI Real-Time Properties. We can access those in the Edit window, if we go down to the Edit Window view selector and choose Real-Time Properties. There are five of them per track: quantization, duration, delay, velocity, and transpose. These are essentially light versions of the Quantize, Change Duration, Change Velocity, and Transpose functions in the MIDI Operations window.

Delay enables you to push the MIDI data on a track forward or back in time by a specified number of ticks, or milliseconds. Let's check it out. We will go on to the Bass track, and I am going to zoom in, so we can see some of these notes. And if I add 40 ticks and hit Enter, you will see the notes move back in time. Now if you don't actually want to see how the real-time properties are altering your data, you can go to Setup > Preferences, and on the MIDI page you can...

Utilizing real-time properties
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Utilizing real-time properties 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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