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keystrokes [2008/09/15 15:47]
alex_stone
keystrokes [2008/09/15 15:59]
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-At this current stage in the rapid RG development,​ it's not possible to move the edit cursor to the end of the pictured inputted notes, and input some more. So you'll need to do this with a mouse. But if you are inputting as you go, moving forward in a steady flow, then you can, as input will work by grid adjacently, and the edit cursor will follow.+At this current stage in the rapid RG development,​ it's not possible to manually ​move the edit cursor to the end of the pictured inputted notes, and input some more, unless the last note coincides with a bar or beat. So you'll need to do this bit with a mouse. But if you are inputting as you go, moving forward in a steady flow, then you can, as input will work by grid adjacently, and the edit cursor will follow.
  
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-Note the 16th notes are in sequence, and were inputted by step input, so within reasonable means, it's possible to input as you go, including adjusting velocity (Shift+Up/​Down arrows for the active note). Note also the last note is a crotchet (1/4), and this was inputted by selecting the grid duration before putting the note in.+Note the 16th notes are in sequence, and were inputted by step input. Note also the last note is a crotchet (1/4), and this was inputted by selecting the grid duration before putting the note in
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 +Once the notes are in, and mindful of the bar and beat only nature of the edit cursor (at this stage), we can then manually adjust the velocities of the notes quickly and easily. Using the Shift key, plus left and right arrows, we can make the inputted notes active, a beat at a time, and then adjust the velocities with shift+up/​down arrows.  
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 +Firstly, the inputted notes being highlighted with **Shift+left arrow**. 
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 +Now, the same section after velocity has been adjusted, with **Shift+down arrow** 
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 +Note the change in colour of the velocity adjusted notes, and in the top right of the pic, the reduction in velocity to 70.
  
  
 
 
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