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The MIDI Key Editor

Cubase includes a full set of specialized MIDI editors. The Key editor has much more flexibility for editing MIDI than the Project window—you can add or delete individual notes, for example—but is more intuitive than the List and Logical editors that you also can use to edit MIDI. Chances are you'll do most of your MIDI editing in the MIDI Key editor (Figure 2.25). The MIDI Key editor uses a piano roll metaphor to represent data. The piano keyboard at the far left of the window represents a vertical pitch orientation, with low notes toward the bottom of the window, and high notes toward the top. The Note display scrolls from right to left as time passes.

Figure 2.25. The MIDI Key editor.



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