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Editing Your Data

Editing Your Data

  1. Use the Track view to make any arrangement changes to your song. For example, you can move clips from one part of the song to another part. You can also mute any tracks that you don’t want to use in the final mix. Also, adjust the Key+, Velocity Trim, and Time+ parameters at this time.

  2. If you need to do any precise editing to your MIDI tracks, use the Piano Roll and Event views. You use these views for tasks such as changing the pitch and velocity of different notes or correcting the timing of your performance using quantizing. You also can use the Staff view for certain tasks if you feel more comfortable using standard music notation. If you want to add any permanent MIDI effects to your data, do so at this time. Otherwise, you can add effects in real time during mixdown.

  3. For precise editing of your audio tracks, use the Track view. Cut, copy, or paste sections of audio and make adjustments to the volume if necessary. Add any EQ or permanent effects at this point, too. Otherwise, you can wait to add effects in real time during mixdown, if your computer system can handle it.

  4. Save your project.

For more information, refer to Chapters 7 and 8.


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