Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing MIDI, part of Up and Running with SONAR X2.
Okay, now lets take a moment to work with…the midi performance that I recorded in the previous movie.…If you have access to the exercise…files you can follow along by opening 02_06_edit_MIDI.…Again the beauty of midi is that you can change almost everything…about the recording once you've made it, since your capturing straight data.…We've seen how you can assign entirely different…instruments to the midi performance at any time.…But you can also fix wrong or missing notes, you can adjust…the timing, you can change how loudly or quietly a part was played.…You can pretty much adjust anything…at all that has to do with the performance.…So, to see and work with the midi data, we…open the midi clip in what's called the Piano Roll.…
The quickest way to do this is to double-click the clip.…So…here's my MIDI performance, I'll double-click, that opens the piano roll.…And what we're seeing here are the notes that I played.…Across the top we can see measure divisions, making it easy to…see at a glance when a note was played and for how long.…
- Setting up audio inputs and outputs
- Creating a new project
- Importing audio
- Recording real instruments
- Looping audio
- Connecting to MIDI devices
- Creating groove clips
- Editing tracks
- Creating FX Chains
- Creating sends and busses
- Automating parameters
Skill Level Beginner
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
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