Pro Tools does not have as many advanced MIDI editing features as Logic or Cubase. Nevertheless, all the basics are there, along with several neatly implemented features that make Pro Tools a joy to work with compared with some of its more complicated competitors.
Pro Tools lets you edit MIDI data alphanumerically or graphically, according to your preference. You can use the standard Cut, Copy, Paste, and Clear commands to manipulate MIDI data, and Pro Tools also has ‘Special’ versions of these commands that provide extra functions for MIDI data.
There are many useful keyboard commands and display zooming features that it will pay you to become familiar with, and the recently added MIDI Properties feature lets you ...