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MidiEcho

Cubase includes a number of MIDI effects. The next few paragraphs should help you become familiar with them and learn how to modify them to make the sounds you want.

The MidiEcho insert effect (Figure 12.10) is a delay effect that acts a lot like an audio delay effect and uses some of the same parameters. As a MIDI effect, though, it also does some things that would be impossible for an audio delay effect, such as changing the length and pitch of the delayed sounds. Keep in mind, too, that the MidiEcho effect works differently than an audio delay. The MidiEcho effect sends additional notes to a synth or sampler, whereas an audio delay repeats a sound after a specified amount of time.


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