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Chapter 10. Editing MIDI > The List Editor

The List Editor

Up to now, all of the MIDI editors you've used were comparatively musical. The Key editor uses a keyboard to represent pitch and a grid to represent time. The Drum editor is similar but has some tools specifically for making drum beats. The List editor (Figure 10.65), however, offers a very computerish way of working with MIDI. Although it's not the most intuitive editor in Cubase, it offers precise MIDI editing and allows precision placement in the creation of MIDI data. You'll want to use the List editor when you know exactly what you want to change in a MIDI part. It's not something to use for sketching out tunes or figuring out new ways to play a chord. It's for actions like precisely inserting a MIDI command to make a synth change sound at a certain point in a song.

Figure 10.65. The List editor with MIDI data from one part shown.



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