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Lesson 8. Advanced MIDI Editing > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • Loops are used for quick duplication of material and can be manually drawn out for exact placement.

  • Copies are used for duplicating material from one part of the timeline to another, and for altering material independently of the original source.

  • Aliases are used when duplicating material that needs to automatically update when the original is edited.

  • Demixing enables you to separate combined parts recorded within a single MIDI Region, for further editing.

  • Region parameters allow real-time control over various playback parameters, enabling you to adjust the feel of a MIDI Region.

  • MIDI events can be selected in a variety of ways, depending on the task at hand, for efficient editing.

  • Transform functions are accessed via the Transform window, which contains many helpful operations for processing MIDI data.


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