Feature Request: Split articulations when splitting MIDI events

Please let articulations (like pizzicato, etc) carry over to the new midi clip when splitting a clip. This is such an annoying thing when working with large orchestral scores and I make changes to arrangements and then have to go through every part and recopy the articulation (only to then later have to delete it to clean up the score. I think at there very least there should be a preference to let articulations be based on the last articulation-similar to how starting a clip with a MIDI note halfway through lets you still hear it even though the actual note on event didn’t get played. Yes, I am aware that I can have articulations that are attached to specific notes, but the problem is then when you are in notation you have to delete the articulation from every single note later.

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Having this same issue. I think it makes total sense to have the articulation split when splitting the event. The way it is currently set up is not logical.

I get why they may not want the articulation to continue in a new region started from scratch, but when you split a region, the second half of that split should retain all info from the previous (including sustain state, as well, as a new “on” or “off” point). If the idea is split something, then it’s not logical to make the second half of the split different from the first.