Working with the MIDI event list


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Working with the MIDI event list

When you really want to fine-tune your MIDI data, edit using the MIDI Event List. This powerful window allows you to precisely edit any parameters of a MIDI Event as well as copy, paste, and delete individual parameters, events or phrases. There is a few ways to open up the MIDI Event List. You can press Option on a Mac or Alt on a PC and press the equals key. You can press Ctrl and double-click a track name on a Mac or press Start and double-click in Windows to open it up, or you can simply go to the Window menu and choose MIDI Event List, and here we have it.

The MIDI Event List will show all of the MIDI Events that happen on a particular track and we can choose which track to view right here. Go to Drums and see that we've just got four MIDI events there, just a bunch of loops repeated. Take a look at the base track. In the MIDI Event List, you'll actually see the start time. The quarter note indicates that that's note data. We have the pitch, we have the note's att...

Working with the MIDI event list
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Working with the MIDI event list 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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Pro Tools
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