The Freehand tool lets you draw MIDI notes and freehand automation envelopes. You can also create and promote transient markers.
When using the Draw tools to draw note events, use the Value control to specify the duration (whole, half, etc.) of new note events. For details, see Specifying note durations.A. Draw resolution (note value)Do one of the following:
Note: The F9 shortcut key cycles through all Draw tools (Freehand/Line/Sine/Triangle/Square/Saw/Random). If another Draw tool is selected, press F9 again until the Freehand tool is selected.Figure 133. Freehand tool hotspots on PRV notes.
Table 94. Using the Freehand tool on PRV notes
Note 1: To glue notes together, click one note, drag to another note of the same pitch, then release the mouse button.
Note 2: Use the Value control in the Tools module to specify the duration for new note events. You can also click an existing Note event to inherit its duration and apply it to new Note events. For details, see Use note duration value from last touched note.Figure 134. Freehand tool hotspots on automation.
Table 95. Using the Freehand tool on automation Figure 135. Freehand tool hotspots on AudioSnap transients.
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