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The Edit Menu

Up until now, I’ve talked about editing features that pertain strictly to audio data. The rest of SONAR’s editing features are more diverse in their uses, meaning some can be used with MIDI data, some with audio data, and some with both. The one aspect they all have in common is that they are accessed via the Process menu. Because of their diversity, I’ll go through each feature, explaining what it does and how and why you would want to use it. Of course, I’ll also let you know the kinds of data with which each feature works.

Deglitch

Occasionally, you might find that while you’re playing your MIDI instrument, some unintended notes get recorded along with the legitimate musical material. This is especially true for people who play a MIDI guitar. The strings on a MIDI guitar can easily trigger notes when they’re not supposed to. To help with this problem, SONAR provides the Deglitch feature. Using this feature, you can filter out any notes from your MIDI data that don’t fall within the correct pitch, velocity, and duration range for the music you’re recording. It works like this:


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