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View referenceStep Sequencer view ► Working with rows

Do one of the following:
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Click the Insert Row button .
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Right-click a row and select Insert Row from the pop-up menu.
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Right-click a row and select Delete Row from the pop-up menu.
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Do one of the following:
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Click the Delete Row button .
Note: By default, the Step Sequencer opens with 12 rows. If you delete any rows in a pattern that contains no note events—or the track is not assigned to a drum map—the Step Sequencer will revert to 12 rows the next time it is opened.
The row is outlined in order to show its current position. The yellow outline indicates the row that will be dragged and the red outline indicates where it will go when you release the mouse button.
A. Click the row’s handle and drag up/down to reorder a row
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Click the first row’s Select button, then hold down the SHIFT key and click the last row’s Select button.
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Click the first row’s Select button and drag up/down to select adjacent rows.
The Controllers pane is displayed below the selected row. If multiple rows are selected, the Controllers pane is displayed below the top-most selected row. If no rows are selected, the Controllers pane is hidden.
Note: The Shared MIDI Channel indicator lights up if a selected row shares the same MIDI channel as any other row. This is a convenient reminder that any controller events you edit in the row will also affect all other rows that share the same MIDI channel.
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Do one of the following:
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Right-click a row and select Rename Row from the pop-up menu.

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