The Split tool lets you split clips, cut clips, split MIDI notes, and split clips at transients. By splitting clips, you can copy, move, and delete individual sections.Do one of the following:
Figure 255. Split tool hotspots on audio clip.
Table 43. Using the Split tool on audio clips Figure 256. Split tool hotspots on MIDI clip.
Table 44. Using the Split tool on MIDI clips
Note: By default, MIDI notes that overlap the split position will also be split, and MIDI chase events (such as continuous controllers, Pitch Wheel, and Patch Change) are inserted at the split position. You can enable/disable this behavior with the Split MIDI Notes option in Edit > Preferences > Customization - Editing (see Customization - Editing (Advanced)).Figure 257. Split tool hotspots on PRV notes.
Table 45. Using the Split tool on PRV notes Figure 258. Split tool hotspots on AudioSnap transients.
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