Edit > Select > By Filter opens the Event Filter-Select Some dialog box. Use this command to select events of a specific nature that you specify in the dialog box. You can then edit all the events with any editing command.
Process > Find/Change opens the Event Filter-Search dialog box, which opens the Event Filter-Replace dialog box when you click OK. Use this command to select and replace events of a specific nature with events of a different nature that you specify in the Event Filter-Replace dialog box.The Event Filter dialog box contains these fields:After you choose all your selection criteria, type a name for them in the text box and click the disk icon to save them. You can reuse each set of selection criteria by choosing the appropriate name from the drop-down list. Use the X button next to the disk icon to remove selected items from the list.Click the Include check box for each row of data types you want to include in your selection.Click the Note check box to search for notes of a specific type. You can specify pitch, velocity and duration data to narrow your search. Click any of the exc check boxes to exclude data from your search. For example, if you click the exc check box under Key, you can exclude notes within the pitch range specified in the Min and Max fields.Click KeyAft to include key aftertouch data in your selection. Choose the ranges of keys and pressure values you want to include (or exclude, by checking either of the exc check boxes).Click the Control check box to include any or all of the standard controllers. Set ranges for which controllers and values you want to include or exclude.Click RPN to include registered parameter controllers in your selection. Consult your sound module’s documentation to see what RPNs it responds to.Click NRPN to include non-registered parameter controllers in your selection. Consult your sound module’s documentation to see what NRPNs it responds to.Click Patch to include bank and patch data in your selection. You can set a range of banks and/or patches to include or exclude.Click ChanAft to include channel aftertouch (aftertouch that applies to a whole MIDI channel, not just individual keys) in your selection. Set a range of pressure values to include or exclude.Click Wheel to include pitch wheel data in your selection. Set a range of values to include or exclude.Click any of the check boxes in these fields to include instances of the following kinds of data in your selection (no ranges can be set for these events):
Audio. Include audio data in your selection.
Shape. Include shapes in your selection.
Text. Include text boxes in the event list in your selection.
Expression. Include expression marks in your selection.
SysxBank. Include system exclusive bank events.
Lyric. Include lyrics in your selection.
Chord. Include chord symbols in your selection.
SysxData. Include system exclusive data events.
MCI. Include Media Control Interface commands
Hairpin. Include crescendo or decrescendo marks in your selection.Clicking the All button places a check mark into all check boxes in the dialog box.Clicking the None button clears the check mark from all check boxes in the dialog box.
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