Piano Roll Editor
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- Logic Pro Piano Roll editor: Basic Operations
- This tutorial will focus on basics of MIDI note event entry and editing in the Piano Roll Editor. It will show the various ways of quickly opening the Piano Roll window for editing. It also describes the layout and function of a Piano Roll Editor. Learn to quickly draw in MIDI note data or enter notes through step input mode, change note lengths, and quickly move note events to a desired position. These techniques will make precise MIDI editing a breeze, increasing productivity and enhancing your workflow.
- Logic Pro Hyper Draw: Advanced Operations
- Logic Pro Piano Roll Editor: Advanced Operations
- This tutorial will cover many of the advanced features of the Piano Roll Editor in Logic Pro. Learn to edit, mute and delete note events quickly and easily. View additional MIDI controller data in the Hyper Draw portion of the Piano Roll Editor. Easily make changes to note velocities and learn about the various ways in which note events snap to the time grid. Change the look of the piano roll interface to suit your own preference! With these techniques you will greatly enhance your productivity and workflow when working with MIDI data in the Piano Roll Editor. Required: Clarinet Section Legato EXS24 instrument, included with Logic Pro.
- Logic Pro Tips & Tricks: Piano Roll Editor
- Quickly open Event List or the Score Editor from MIDI notes in the Piano Roll Editor. Mute and copy notes on-the-fly without using tools or menu commands. Correct note overlap problems and merge notes instantly. Select only top or bottom notes or polyphonic music for editing or force all notes in a monophonic line to play legato. Lock MIDI note events to SMPTE timecode, which is incredibly useful for working with hits in film projects. These tips will make you a MIDI editing pro in no time.
- Logic Pro: Transform Humanization Functions
- Changing The Length Of Notes Using The Piano Roll Editor
- Learn how to alter the start and end points of notes using various methods and with options to set the same end point for several notes as well as make several notes the same length. You’ll also learn more advanced note length functions.