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Chapter 11.  Project Editing  >  MIDI Menu Options

MIDI Menu Options

The MIDI menu is divided into five sections. The first one allows you to open different types of editing windows. The second one was discussed previously in this chapter and relates to quantizing. The fourth section relates mostly to the logical editor functions which are described in Appendix C. The last section is basically a MIDI reset function, which acts as a panic button on a MIDI patch bay, sending out All Notes Off and Reset Controllers messages on all MIDI output ports and channels. You can use this when you experience stuck notes after recording, playing, or editing a track. This leaves us with the central section, which relates to MIDI-specific functions.

Transpose

The Transpose option in the MIDI menu allows you to transpose selected MIDI events. Unlike the Transpose field in the Inspector area, this option changes the MIDI note numbers. In other words, after you transpose MIDI events using this option, you actually see the transposition in the different MIDI Editors. You can also use this option when you want to transpose only a certain number of events in a part or on a track rather than transposing an entire track using the track parameter setting or a MIDI effect.


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