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Chapter 26. Software Instruments (MIDI) > Editing Software Instrument Parts

26.10. Editing Software Instrument Parts

Recording MIDI data, as described above, has a huge advantage over recording with a microphone: The results are almost infinitely editable. For example, you can delete wrong notes or drag them onto the right ones. If you played a section too loud, you can lighten it up after the fact. You can change the tempo or key of the music, making it faster, slower, higher, or lower, without distortion. If you discover a more appropriate instrument sound for a certain part, you can reassign the whole part.

In fact, GarageBand even lets you edit the invisible data generated by the foot pedal and control wheels.


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