Figure 237. MFX Event FilterThe Event Filter command lets you remove events from the MIDI data, keeping or passing through only those events that you specify. The Event Filter effect works almost identically to the event filter used by the Edit > Select > By Filter command. For more information, see Event filters.
2. Right-click the selected clip(s) and choose Process Effect > MIDI Effects > Cakewalk FX > Event Filter on the pop-up menu.
4. Click OK.SONAR applies the specified event filter to the selected data, removing all those events that do not meet the filter criteria.
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