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MIDI Windows

Cubase offers different editing environments for MIDI events, depending on the type of MIDI events you want to edit. For example, if a track contains melodic or harmonic content, you can use the MIDI editor known as the Key Editor. On the other hand, if the events you want to edit are percussion or drum based, you can use the Drum Editor, which makes it easier for you to associate pitch values to actual instrument names, such as kick, snare, timbales, conga, and so on.

MIDI Device Manager

The MIDI Device Manager (see Figure 2.20) installs or removes an external MIDI device in your setup and attaches it to a specific MIDI port so that it becomes available in a MIDI track when selecting MIDI ports. You can configure all your external MIDI devices using this device manager. It also configures the patch names for these devices so that you can change the programs on this device directly from Cubase’s inspector or track list area.


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