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MIDI Editor

Each track class has its own associated editing window. Different types of events are associated with an editor by default. You can change this in some cases; in other cases, there is no way to get around it. The associated editor displays events that are appropriate to the track’s class, so it is optimized for the events recorded in its window. Using another editor does not allow you to manipulate the information as easily. However, you can edit events in a nonassociated editor by selecting the part(s) in the project window and selecting the desired editor from the MIDI menu.

There are six MIDI related editors to choose from in Cubase:


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