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Appendix C.  Logical Editing

Appendix C. Logical Editing

Logical editing is another way of editing MIDI data. Using this method, you create specific parameters for Cubase to look for and then decide to change them, delete them, or move them. This is for the MIDI-savvy user, because you need to know how MIDI messages work to fully understand how logical editing works.

The Logical Editor affects events differently, depending on the location from which you launch it, but it always performs the tasks in the same way. For example, if you are in the Project window and have not selected any MIDI parts, it performs edits on all the parts for the selected tracks. On the other hand, if you have a part selected, it looks for and edits only events in that part. Finally, if you are in MIDI Editor, the Logical Editor performs its modifications on the events selected in this part or all events if none are selected.


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