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

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Logical Editor

The logical editor takes MIDI editing and turns it on its head. It opens the proverbial Pandora’s Box of tools. Basically, you can make sets of criteria that will define the MIDI events that will be affected and then apply one or more actions to this data to transform it. You can then perform a function in addition and do something with this data such as delete, copy, extract, or transform.

For example, you could take all notes between C2 and C4 and set random values for their velocities. Or you could take all notes above D#3 and change their MIDI channel to 6 and copy them to another MIDI track. The possibilities are countless. Nuendo provides a good assortment of presets to get you started.

Open the logical editor from the MIDI ...

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