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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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Record Some MIDI

Now that everything has been set up—routing, filtering, tempo map and instruments—it’s time to actually record something. This is relatively simple and straightforward. After generating the tempo map for the live performance, I have set up the Prologue VSTi for a bass sound and recorded a part to accompany the live drums. (See Figure 8.21.)

Figure 8.21 Recorded MIDI part.

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MIDI Parts

The colored block you see after recording on a MIDI track is called a part. Think of this as a container for multiple MIDI events, the notes I played. The part is a convenient container for many events that go together, such as all the individual ...

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