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List Editor

The List Editor, like the Key and Drum Editors, modifies your MIDI and audio events. The difference with the List Editor is that all the events are “listed” in rows of information and sorted by the order in which they were recorded. This is different than the Key or Drum Editors in the sense that you can have three notes displayed at the same place in a piano or drum roll, but in the list they all have their own row. This makes it a good place to look for glitches like note doubling (two notes playing the same channel and the same key at the same time), or consecutive patch changes that you’ve entered by mistake and that make your sound module behave erratically. When you want to edit notes and change velocity levels or edit controllers, the Key and Drum Editors are better suited for these tasks.

List Editor Display Areas

Before we take a look at the values in the columns and what they mean, let’s look at the different parts of the List Editor (see Figure 8.23). The toolbar offers some similarities with the other MIDI editors. You will find, however, some new elements. The Insert menu allows you to select the type of event you want to insert, for example.


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