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Pro Tools® 10 IGNITE! by Andrew Hagerman

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Managing a MIDI Session

Before we move on, here are a few more MIDI operations that will help you work with MIDI. These processes will not only serve you directly if you’re a MIDI musician, but will also help non-MIDI users work with MIDI projects that come into their studios.

Importing and Exporting MIDI Data

One of MIDI’s greatest advantages is its broad compatibility. Nearly every MIDI application can utilize MIDI’s Standard MIDI File (SMF) format, and Pro Tools is no exception. That means you can easily bring in MIDI data from other applications, as well as send MIDI information to other applications.

Importing MIDI Data from the File Menu

Just as you can import an Audio file to an Audio track, you can import a standard MIDI file to one ...

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