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Chapter 17. Editing MIDI > Editing MIDI Controller Data

Editing MIDI Controller Data

MIDI’s designers were smart enough to realize that synthesizers would use more than one kind of data to make sounds. Many parameters were predefined as MIDI Continuous Controllers (CCs), and nearly all devices adhere to the MIDI specification for defining controllers. For example, the Mod Wheel on a keyboard sends CC 1.

Pro Tools records CC information along with MIDI notes. Once CC data is on a MIDI track, you can edit it with the same tools used to edit velocity. In addition, you can enter completely new CC data with the Pencil tool.


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