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

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Adjusting MIDI Timing to Free Recordings

When you use the in-place editor, it is easy to visually adjust the timing of MIDI events to match up with recordings that were not made with a click track or not referenced to Nuendo’s timeline.

The in-place MIDI editor is accessed in the track list by pressing the Edit In-Place button. (See Figure 11.25.)

Figure 11.25 Edit In-Place button.

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Once Edit In-Place has been activated, MIDI notes can be edited directly in the project window. This allows you to view the notes in direct relationship to other tracks in the project. Moving a MIDI note to line up with the transient of a drum recording is easy to ...

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