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Cubase® 6 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Robert Guerin, Michael Miller

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Chapter 17. Navigating MIDI Tracks

In a Cubase project, MIDI tracks hold any type of MIDI event—from MIDI note events to controllers, such as velocity, modulation wheel, pitch bend, and so on. MIDI tracks also contain MIDI automation information for parameters such as pan, volume, or MIDI plug-in and send effects that might be assigned to a track. MIDI tracks can also contain MIDI filters and effects, such as MIDI compression. All recorded MIDI events are saved as part of the Cubase project file itself.

Here’s a summary of what you will learn in this chapter:

  • How to set your MIDI input port

  • How to recognize the different functions associated with MIDI tracks

  • How to recognize the different functions associated with MIDI channels

  • How to change and access ...

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