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Editing MIDI events and continuous controllers (CC)The Piano Roll view ► Working with multiple tracks in the Piano Roll view

A. Track’s data shown in Notes pane B. Track enabled for track editing C. Track’s data hidden in Notes pane D. Mute E. Solo F. Arm G. Track disabled for track editing H. Output I. Current track
To assign tracks to the Track List pane, click the Piano Roll view Tracks menu and choose Pick Tracks. Click on a track name to select it. Hold down the CTRL key and click more track names to select additional tracks. To show the next or previous track, click the Piano Roll view Tracks menu and choose Show Previous Track or Show Next Track. Selecting Show Previous Track(s) moves the track or range of tracks down by one track number. Selecting Show Next Track(s) moves the track or range of tracks up by one track number. For example, if you have tracks 2, 3 and 7 displayed in the Track List pane and you select Show Previous Track(s), the Track List pane displays tracks 1, 2, and 6.
The Enable/Disable Track Editing button sets whether or not you can edit the notes of a track in the Piano Roll view. When the button appears white, editing is enabled and the track appears in color. When the button appears gray, editing is disabled and the track appears in gray.
Note: The Enable/Disable Track Editing button only disables the Piano Roll view tools; other editing commands are still operational.
The Show/Hide Track button controls whether or not a track appears in the Notes pane. The button appears in color when toggled on, white when off.
If you use the Show/Hide Track button to hide any tracks in the Track List pane, you can show all these tracks and hide the ones that are currently displayed by selecting Tracks > Invert Tracks.
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