I have a song with a MIDI piano part in it. Because I wanted to edit the two parts separately to polish them up, I copied the RH and LH to separate MIDI tracks. Because those parts were edited and changed, I deleted the original combined track, so it no longer exists.
I found a way to open the score editor with both tracks showing, (with the RH MIDI notes in the Treble clef and LH MIDI notes in the Bass clef). I like this, because no matter how low my RH plays or how high my LH plays, the split between staffs is always correct.
But when I try to apply chord symbols, it only recognizes one clef at a time. So if I’m playing a DM7 chord, but the LH is playing a low “D” and the RH looks like an F#m chord, the chord symbol displays as “F#m” (ignoring that the LH is part of the chord). I couldn’t figure out how to apply the chord symbol to BOTH clefs (which are separate MIDI tracks).
Question 1: Can this be fixed without re-copying the parts into a single MIDI track?
Question 2: I played some broken chords in the RH. Besides the broken chords, the fastest notes I play are eighth notes, so I changed the Display Quantize in the score to eighth notes. But because it’s a slow (dramatic) broken chord, the first one or two notes of the broken chord are displayed as if they were played an eighth note ahead of the rest of the chord. Without editing the performance in the MIDI track (and without copying to another track and editing the performance there), can this be fixed?
Thanks in advance!