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Learn GarageBand in 30 Days: Track Editor for MIDI - Pitch

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Editing MIDI Pitch After you've recorded your MIDI audio region, you can edit your MIDI notes?in the track editor window. You can adjust the pitch of the notes by using the pitch slider in the track editor window.? Open the Track Editor Window First select the track that you want to edit. When it's selected, click the?Track Editor?button in the bottom left corner. This will open up the track editor window for viewing and editing the MIDI notes.? Select the Solo Button Put your chosen track on the?Solo?setting so that you can isolate just those notes. Your track's audio notes will appear in the track editor window.? Adjust the Pitch Use the pitch slider to raise or lower the pitch of the note. The slider automatically transposes the pitch so you don't have to move the notes on the piano roll. If you raise or lower the pitch slider and decide you want to reset it, you can quickly return to zero by clicking?Option+Pitch Slider. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-garageband-11/midi-in-garageband/edit-midi-pitch//
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