I have C8.5 but I expect this topic will equally apply to C9.
I have a line of single MIDI notes entered manually from the keyboard (Korg Oasys). They differ in velocity. I want them the same velocity. Can I do it by grouping them all together other than by changing each note individually. EG–I want velocity at ,say, 90. Some notes are above and some below. Can I change them together so they all sit at 90. I suppose it’s a kind of quantising velocity!
Select them -> enter desired value in info line -> press [STRG] + [enter]
Or use the Logical Editor…
While I’d generally change it in the Info Line (is “STRG” a Mac thing, on PC it would be ctrl+enter) there is also a quick & dirty way to do this just using the mouse.
- In the Key Ed select all the notes.
- Hover your mouse over the top middle of the controller lane showing velocity until it says “Scale Vertically” & drag all the way to the bottom. This sets all the velocities the same at 0.
- Again hover the mouse until it says “Move Vertically” & drag up to the desired value.
However if this is something you are going to end up doing over-and-over the the Logical Editor is the way to go and then assign it to a Key Command.
Select notes, then
- Set to fixed velocity
Oh Yeah… Forgot about that one.
Easy Macro, too.
Sorry I’ve been absent following my initial post. I’m still away --far from Cubase-- to put your helpful suggestions into practise, but I will.
Many thanks. I want to get this working as it has bugged me.