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Note: Modulation events on one row may also affect other rows that share the same output port and channel pair. Velocity and Time Offset parameters are always independent for each row, regardless of port/channel assignments.
1.
Click a row’s Select button .
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.
2.
Click the Step Editor parameter control and select a parameter name from the drop-down menu.
If the desired parameter is not listed, select New Value Type to open the MIDI Event Type dialog box and specify the following options:
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Type. Choose the type of controller you want to add (for example, choose Control if you want to edit volume).
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Value. This field is unavailable if you choose Wheel or ChanAft in the Type field. If you choose Control, RPN, or NRPN in the Type field, choose which Control, RPN, or NRPN you want to add. For example, to edit volume, choose 7-Volume in this field if you chose Control in the Type field.
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Channel. Choose a MIDI channel for the controller event.
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To draw a single controller event. Click in the Controllers pane.
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To draw a series of controller events. Drag in the Controllers pane.
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To draw a straight line. Hold down the SHIFT key and drag in the Controllers pane.
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To erase controller events. Right-click an existing controller event.
A. Click a row’s Select button to show the Controllers pane below the row B. Select the controller type you want to edit in the Controllers pane C. Draw events in the Controllers pane
2.
Click the Step Editor parameter control and select a parameter name from the drop-down menu.
If the desired parameter is not listed, select New Value Type to open the MIDI Event Type dialog box and specify the following options:
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Type. Choose the type of controller you want to add (for example, choose Control if you want to edit volume).
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Value. This field is unavailable if you choose Wheel or ChanAft in the Type field. If you choose Control, RPN, or NRPN in the Type field, choose which Control, RPN, or NRPN you want to add. For example, to edit volume, choose 7-Volume in this field if you chose Control in the Type field.
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Channel. Choose a MIDI channel for the controller event.
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To draw a single controller event. Click in the Controllers pane.
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To draw a series of controller events. Drag in the Controllers pane.
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To draw a straight line. Hold down the CTRL key and drag in the Controllers pane.
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To adjust all existing events. Hold down the SHIFT key and drag in the Controllers pane.
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To erase controller events. Right-click an existing controller event.
1.
Click a row’s Select button .
2.
Click the Step Editor parameter control and select Slide/Portamento from the drop-down menu.
3.
Draw events in the Controller pane where you want to create a slide. The Slide/Portamento value specifies the time it takes for the next note to reach its pitch. The value range is 0 (off) to 127 (longest).
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