Noob Question: I’ve been learning about the Chord pads and their powerful features. This has the potential to be a big time-saver over hand-editing my chords like I did in my previous DAW.
But how do I add these chords to my composition to edit them? If I drag and drop them onto my track it creates 1-measure “chunks” instead of putting them all in the same section. So when I click on the track to open it in the Key Editor, it selects only 1 measure . . .
…whereas if I hand-edit my chords they’re all in the same section so clicking the track gets all of them. . .
If I hold down the shift key as I click on the “chunks” from the Chord Pads to select all the 1-measure “chunks” so I can see them all in the Track Editor it still only privileges one of them with the black-and-white key piano roll graphic . . .
How do I drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste the chords onto my track so it’s like I hand-edited them there, i.e., so they’re all in the same section for editing?
Thanks in advance.
PS - Terminology Question - what are separately-selectable “chunks” in the track called?
PPS - When I drag-and-drop a chord onto a track it’s always one measure. I’d like to make shorter chords; how do I set the width of the chord that gets dropped?