Figure 1266. MFX Arpeggiator.The Arpeggiator command applies an arpeggio to its input and plays it back in real time. You can make it arpeggiate with a swing feel, or straight and staccato or legato, vary its speed and direction, and specify its range.Figure 1267. MFX Velocity.The Velocity effect lets you adjust velocities of MIDI notes. You can set velocity values, set scale values, add specific or random offsets, create smooth transitions, and limit the velocity range.Figure 1268. MFX Chord Analyzer.The Chord Analyzer command analyzes chords. You select the notes to be analyzed in one of Cakewalk’s windows, then open the Chord analyzer and press the Audition button. The chord appears on the MIDI display and the staff, and its name with possible alternatives appears in the Chords recognized box.You can play the notes on your MIDI input device and have the Chord Analyzer identify the chords in real time. You do not have to set to playback.You can open the Chord Analyzer in the Track and Console views, press Playback and have the Chord Analyzer identify the chords in real time.Figure 1269. MFX Echo/Delay.The Echo Delay command creates a series of repeating echoes of each note. The echo notes can decrease or increase in velocity, and can be transposed from the original by regular intervals.Figure 1270. MFX Event Filter.The Event Filter command lets you remove events from the MIDI data, keeping or passing through only those events that you specify. The Event Filter effect works almost identically to the event filter used by the Edit > Select > By Filter command. For more information, see Event filters.Figure 1271. MFX Quantize.The Quantize command moves events to (or towards) an evenly-spaced timing grid. The Quantize effect is similar to the Process > MIDI Effects > Cakewalk FX > Quantize command. For more information, see Other settings.Figure 1272. MFX Transpose.The Process > MIDI Effects > Cakewalk FX > Transpose command is a flexible transposition feature. You can perform simple chromatic or diatonic transpositions, transpose from one key to another, or define your own custom transposition.
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