You can edit articulations much like Arranger Track sections (drag, resize, merge, etc.). However, articulations cannot be dragged across lanes/groups.To reassign an articulation to another articulation within the same group, right-click the articulation, point to Reassign, then select the desired articulation.To reassign an articulation to another articulation in a different group, double-click the articulation to open the Choose Articulation dialog, then select the desired articulation.To edit an articulation’s MIDI messages, name, or color, right-click the articulation and select Edit Articulation Maps. The Articulation Map Editor opens with the selected articulation already highlighted.
Note: By default, selecting a clip also selects underlying articulations. To disable automatic selection of articulations when selecting clips, click the Track view Options menu and clear the Select Track Articulations with Clips option.By default, a triggered articulation will use the MIDI channel that is defined in the Articulation Map Editor. To follow the track’s forced MIDI Channel (if set), or the MIDI channel of the articulation section event as specified in the articulation context menu, set the Chan value to Follow.
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