Yes I am perfectly aware of that. I apologize but I think you misunderstand my first post or you didn’t saw attached image, so let me try explaining this way: I don’t want to edit notes inside Key editor, which MIDI - Transpose will do in the end and will affect on all shared events, that’s why I want to transpose it via INFO LINE (Ctrl+i) cause that way only selected Midi event will be affected and it wont be applied on other shared events, and I am searching the way to assign shortcut for that. I often use transpose and velocity from info line tab. Hope I makes it clear.
yeah that’s the same like I would un-share copy as I explained that wont work with my workflow for practical reasons as I explained.
I’m not sure what you mean. Did you try the macro?
Yes I did, and it doesn’t work for my workflow and I will give another similar practical example. Lets say you have vocal chorus part and the same appears 4 times In arrangement, and client asks you to rise volume / pitch / restoration (or any other process) of some particular word. You would previously put that chorus vocals in events and make shared copies and when you edit one it applies on all 3 remaining, so you avoid further errors and duplicating it all over . The same I do for Midi, client asks me to add new layer of that midi, I add new instrument and put same shared midi copy and when I need to set right octave I use transpose from info line without affecting other shared copies, in case after some time client asks me to remove some note from that midi I can do that from one midi event (since all are shared copies) and it will be applied on all copies through arrangement including new layer that I previously add. When you have so many layer channels with automations and other stuff, shared copies can save your day when you make new revisions for client. So I tend to work with SH copies from the start and I miss that shortcut transpose from info line often