Music Creator lets you edit the events in your projects in dozens of different ways. The Piano Roll view lets you add and edit notes, controllers, and automation data interactively, using a graphic display. Music Creator’s many editing commands can improve the quality of recorded performances, filter out certain types of events, and modify the tempos and dynamics of your projects. The Event List view lets you see and modify every detail of your project. Finally, you can apply a variety of effects and filters to enhance your MIDI data.
Music Creator provides several views you can use to edit MIDI data. You can specify which editing view should open by default when you double-click a MIDI clip. To do so, click the Track view Options menu, point to Click Behavior > Double-Click > MIDI Clips, and select the desired default editing view. The options are as follows:
-Nothing-. Prevent any view from opening when you double-click a MIDI clip.
Event List View. Open the Event List view when you double-click a MIDI clip.
Staff View. Open the Staff view when you double-click a MIDI clip.
Piano Roll View. Open the Piano Roll view when you double-click a MIDI clip.
Inline Piano Roll View. Open the Inline Piano Roll view when you double-click a MIDI clip.You can override the default editing view and assign a specific editing view to each MIDI clip. To do so, click the MIDI Editor indicator in the top right corner of the MIDI clip, then choose the desired editing view on the pop-up menu.
Table 98. MIDI clip editing view indicators Music Creator has many additional commands and features for working with audio. For more information, see Editing audio.
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