Editing MIDI events is different from editing audio events for the sole reason that MIDI events contain digital instructions, not recorded audio. As such, you can edit these instructions using either the In-Place Editor or the Key Editor. In addition, Cubase 6 adds a new Note Expression feature that lets you draw controller values directly onto MIDI events.
Here’s a summary of what you will learn in this chapter:
How to select and edit MIDI events
How to mute/unmute, merge, and resize one or more notes or controller events
How to create notes using the Draw tool or insert events using the Line tool
How to create a ramp of MIDI events using the Sine, Triangle, or Square tool