The Event List view lets you add, delete, or change events one by one. You can also print the list of events or audition the events one at a time to see how they sound.You can change the parameters of any event by moving the rectangular highlight to the cell you want to change and doing one of the following:
If you change the time of an event, it may also change its position in the event list. The Event List view follows that event to its new location.If you try to change the event type (kind of event), SONAR lets you choose the kind of event you want from a dialog box. When you change one kind of MIDI event into another kind of MIDI event, SONAR preserves the parameters as fully as possible.
3. Change the event to the kind of event you need by double-clicking the name of the event that’s listed in the Kind column. The Kind of Event dialog box appears.
4. Choose what kind of event you want and click OK. SONAR changes the highlighted event to the kind you chose.
1. Select the events you want to delete by clicking, dragging, or CTRL or SHIFT-clicking in the first column of the Event List view.
2. Choose Edit > Cut.
1. Choose File > Print Preview to display a preview of the printed event listing.
2. Click the Zoom button (or just click the page) to zoom in and out, and use the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN to review the pages.
3. Click Print to print the event list, or click Close to close the Preview window without printing.
1. Using the keyboard, hold the CTRL and SHIFT keys and press the SPACEBAR to play the currently highlighted event. If the event is a note event, it plays until you release the SPACEBAR.The highlight moves back to the last event you heard, so you can make changes. You can also audition a single event using the mouse. CTRL-click on an event to play the event. If the event is a note or Wave event, it plays until you release the mouse button.
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